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Python library for the PayPlug API

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This is the documentation of PayPlug's Python library. It is designed to help developers to use PayPlug as payment solution in a simple, yet robust way.

You can create a PayPlug account at https://www.payplug.com.

Prerequisites

PayPlug's library relies on python-requests>=1.0.1 to perform HTTP requests and requires OpenSSL to secure transactions. You also need either a Python 2.6+ or a Python 3.3+. The library is known to work with these versions, pypy and pypy3. It may work on older versions or other Python implementations without warranty. If you use an implementation that is not listed above, do not hesitate to let us known if it worked for you or not, so that we can update this prerequisites. To ensure Python 2 and Python 3 compatibility, this library also depends on six>=1.4.0.

Documentation

Please see https://www.payplug.com/docs/api for latest documentation.

Installation

Option 1 - Strongly preferred) via PyPI:

$ easy_install pip --upgrade
$ pip install payplug

or simply add payplug as a dependency of your project.

Option 2) download as a tarball:

  • Download the most recent stable tarball from the download page
  • Extract the tarball somewhere outside your project.
  • chdir into the folder you've just extracted.
  • Run the following commands:
$ pip install --upgrade setuptools
$ python setup.py install

To get started, add the following piece of code to the header of your Python project:

import payplug

If everything runs without errors, congratulations. You installed PayPlug python library! You're ready to create your first payment.

Usage

Here's how simple it is to create a payment request:

payplug.set_api_version("2019-08-06")

customer = {
    'email': 'john.watson@example.net',
    'first_name': 'John',
    'last_name': 'Watson',
    'address1': '221B Baker Street',
    'postcode': 'NW16XE',
    'city': 'London',
    'country': 'GB',
}

payment_data = {
    'amount': 3300,
    'currency': 'EUR',
    'billing': customer,
    'shipping': customer,
    'hosted_payment': {
        'return_url': 'https://www.example.net/success?id=42710',
        'cancel_url': 'https://www.example.net/cancel?id=42710',
    },
    'notification_url': 'https://www.example.net/notifications?id=42710',
    'metadata': {
        'customer_id': 42710,
    },
}

payment = payplug.Payment.create(**payment_data)

Go further:

Documentation:

https://www.payplug.com/docs/api/?python

Tests:

To run the tests for your specific configuration, run the following commands:

$ easy_install pip --upgrade
$ pip install --upgrade setuptools pbr
$ python setup.py test

To run the tests under different configuration, you can use tox. It's recommended to use pyenv project to install different python versions on the same system.

$ pip install tox
$ tox

You can also use detox to make the process even faster.

$ pip install detox
$ detox