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README.md

Omise iOS SDK

Carthage compatible

See v1 branch for the previous version.

Omise is a payment service provider currently operating in Thailand. Omise provides a set of clean APIs that helps merchants of any size accept credit cards online.

Omise iOS SDK provides bindings for the Omise Tokenization API so you do not need to pass credit card data to your server as well as components for entering credit card information.

Hop into the Gitter chat (click the badge above) or email our support team if you have any question regarding this SDK and the functionality it provides.

Requirements

Merchant Compliance

Card data should never transit through your server. We recommend that you follow our guide on how to safely collect credit information.

To be authorized to create tokens server-side you must have a currently valid PCI-DSS Attestation of Compliance (AoC) delivered by a certified QSA Auditor.

This SDK provides means to tokenize card data on end-user mobile phone without the data having to go through your server.

Installation

Add the following line to your Cartfile:

github "omise/omise-ios" ~> 2.4

And run carthage bootstrap or carthage build Or run this copy-pastable script for a quick start:

echo 'github "omise/omise-ios" ~> 2.4' >> Cartfile
carthage bootstrap

Swift 2.x compatible

You can use Omise iOS SDK in Swift 2.2 by using Omise iOS SDK version 2.3

Usage

If you clone this project to your local hard drive, you can also checkout the QuickStart playground. Otherwise if you'd like all the details, read on:

Credit Card Form

The fastest way to get started with this SDK is to display the provided CreditCardFormController in your application. The CreditCardFormController provides a pre-made credit card form and will automatically tokenize credit card information for you. You only need to implement two delegate methods and a way to display the form.

Use Credit Card Form in code

To use the controller in your application, modify your view controller with the following additions:

import OmiseSDK // at the top of the file

class ViewController: UIViewController {
  private let publicKey = "pkey_test_123"

  @IBAction func displayCreditCardForm() {
    let closeButton = UIBarButtonItem(title: "Close", style: .done, target: self, action: #selector(dismissCreditCardForm))

    let creditCardView = CreditCardFormController.creditCardFormWithPublicKey(publicKey)
    creditCardView.delegate = self
    creditCardView.handleErrors = true
    creditCardView.navigationItem.rightBarButtonItem = closeButton

    let navigation = UINavigationController(rootViewController: creditCardView)
    present(navigation, animated: true, completion: nil)
  }

  @objc func dismissCreditCardForm() {
    dismiss(animated: true, completion: completion)
  }
}

Then implement the delegate to receive the OmiseToken object after user has entered the credit card data:

extension ViewController: CreditCardFormDelegate {
  func creditCardForm(_ controller: CreditCardFormController, didSucceedWithToken token: OmiseToken) {
    dismissCreditCardForm()

    // Sends `OmiseToken` to your server for creating a charge, or a customer object.
  }

  func creditCardForm(_ controller: CreditCardFormController, didFailWithError error: Error) {
    dismissCreditCardForm()

    // Only important if we set `handleErrors = false`.
    // You can send errors to a logging service, or display them to the user here.
  }
}

Alternatively you can also push the view controller onto a UINavigationController stack like so:

@IBAction func displayCreditCardForm() {
  let creditCardView = CreditCardFormController.creditCardFormWithPublicKey(publicKey)
  creditCardView.delegate = self
  creditCardView.handleErrors = true

  show(creditCardView, sender: self)
}
Use Credit Card Form in Storyboard

CreditCardFormController comes with built in storyboard support. You can use CreditCardFormController in your storybard by using Storyboard Reference. Drag Storyboard Reference object onto your canvas and set its bundle identifier to co.omise.OmiseSDK and Storyboard to OmiseSDK. You can either leave Referenced ID empty or use CreditCardFormController as a Referenced ID You can setup CreditCardFormController in UIViewController.prepare(for:sender:) method

override func prepare(for segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: Any?) {
  if segue.identifier == "PresentCreditFormWithModal",
    let creditCardFormNavigationController = segue.destination as? UINavigationController,
    let creditCardFormController = creditCardFormNavigationController.topViewController as? CreditCardFormController {
      creditCardFormController.publicKey = publicKey
      creditCardFormController.handleErrors = true
      creditCardFormController.delegate = self

      creditCardFormController.navigationItem.rightBarButtonItem = UIBarButtonItem(title: "Close", style: .done, target: self, action: #selector(dismissCreditCardForm))
  }
}

Custom Credit Card Form

You can make use of the SDK's text field components to build your own forms:

  • CardNumberTextField - Provides basic number grouping as the user types.
  • CardNameTextField
  • CardExpiryDatePicker - UIPickerView implementation that have a month and year column.
  • CardCVVTextField - Masked number field.

Additionally fields also turns red automatically if their content fails basic validation (e.g. alphabets in number field, or content with wrong length)

Manual Tokenization

If you build your own credit card form, you will need to use OmiseSDKClient to manually tokenize the contents. You can do so by first creating and initializing an OmiseTokenRequest like so:

let request = OmiseTokenRequest(
  name: "John Smith",
  number: "4242424242424242",
  expirationMonth: 10,
  expirationYear: 2019,
  securityCode: "123"
)

Then initialize an OmiseSDKClient with your public key and send the request:

let client = OmiseSDKClient(publicKey: publicKey)
client.send(request) { [weak self] (token, error) in
  guard let s = self else { return }

  // check `error` or send `token` to your server.
}

Alternatively, delegate style is also supported:

client.send(request, Handler())

class Handler: OmiseTokenRequestDelegate {
  func tokenRequest(_ request: OmiseTokenRequest, didSucceedWithToken token: OmiseToken) {
    // handles token
  }

  func tokenRequest(_ request: OmiseTokenRequest, didFailWithError error: Error) {
    // handle errors
  }
}

Card.io support

Card.io is an opensource library for scanning credit cards with your iPhone camera. Omise iOS SDK supports Card.io by integrating it into our Credit Card Form.

Enable Card.io support

Due to the size of Card.io library, we decided to not to include it as a default. If you want the Card.io feature in our Credit Card Form you have to integrate our SDK manually without Carthage

  1. Download or clone Omise iOS SDK from github
  2. Initialize git submodule in Omise iOS SDK directory using git submodule update --init command.
  3. Add OmiseSDK.xcodeproj project into your Xcode project or workspace
  4. Add OmiseSDK Card.io Framework Target in Omise iOS SDK repository as your target dependency.
  5. Linked against and Embeded OmiseSDK Framework into your app.

For more information about target dependency and link to frameworks, please refer to Xcode Help Building Targets in the Correct Order and Link to libraries and frameworks.

3DS Verification

Some merchant require their customers to verify themselves with 3-D Secure verification process. Omise iOS SDK provide a built in class to do the verification.

Using built in 3DS view controller

You can use the built in 3DS verification view controller by creating an instance of Omise3DSViewController and set it with authorized URL given with the charge.

Create an Omise3DSViewController by code

You can create an instance of Omise3DSViewController by calling its factory method

let handlerController = Omise3DSViewController.make3DSViewControllerNavigationWithAuthorizedURL(url, delegate: self)
self.present(handlerController, animated: true, completion: nil)

Use Omise3DSViewController in Storyboard

Omise3DSViewController also comes with built in storyboard support like CreditCardFormController. You can use Omise3DSViewController in your storyboard by using Storyboard Reference. Drag Storyboard Reference object onto your canvas and set its bundle identifier to co.omise.OmiseSDK and Storyboard to OmiseSDK then use Default3DSVerificationController as a Referenced ID. You can setup Omise3DSViewController in UIViewController.prepare(for:sender:) method

override func prepare(for segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: Any?) {
  if segue.identifier == "3DSVerificationController",
    let omise3DSController = segue.destination as? Omise3DSViewController {
      omise3DSController.delegate = self
      omise3DSController.authorizedURL = authorizedURL
  }
}

Receive 3DS verification events via the delegate

Omise3DSViewController send 3DS verification events to its delegate when there's an event occurred.

extension ViewController: Omise3DSViewControllerDelegate {
  func omise3DSViewController(_ viewController: Omise3DSViewController, didFinish3DSProcessWithRedirectedURL redirectedURL: URL?) {
    // Handle the `redirected URL` here
  }

  func omise3DSViewControllerDidCancel(_ viewController: Omise3DSViewController) {
    // Handle the case that user tap cancel button.
  }
}

Contributing

Pull requests and bugfixes are welcome. For larger scope of work, please pop on to our chatroom to discuss first.

LICENSE

MIT See the full license text