The Stripe CLI helps you build, test, and manage your Stripe integration right from the terminal.
With the CLI, you can:
- Securely test webhooks without relying on 3rd party software
- Trigger webhook events or resend events for easy testing
- Tail your API request logs in real-time
- Create, retrieve, update, or delete API objects.
Stripe CLI is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux for distros like Ubuntu, Debian, RedHat and CentOS.
Stripe CLI is available on macOS via Homebrew:
brew install stripe/stripe-cli/stripe
Please refer to the installation wiki for detailed Linux instructions.
Stripe CLI is available on Windows via the Scoop package manager:
scoop bucket add stripe https://github.com/stripe/scoop-stripe-cli.git scoop install stripe
The CLI is also available as a Docker image:
docker run --rm -it stripe/stripe-cli version stripe version x.y.z (beta)
Without package managers
Instructions are also available for installing and using the CLI without a package manager.
Installing the CLI provides access to the
stripe [command] # Run `--help` for detailed information about CLI commands stripe [command] help
The Stripe CLI supports a broad range of commands. Below is some of the most used ones:
Please see commands for a full overview.
Please see our documentation in the wiki.
The Stripe CLI includes a telemetry feature that collects some usage data. See our telemetry wiki for details.
Got feedback for us? Please don't hesitate to tell us on feedback.
See Developing the Stripe CLI for more info on how to make contributions to this project.
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Licensed under the Apache License 2.0 license.