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Payments support

In case you missed it, Sylius finally integrated Payum library for handling payments. (see roadmap)

Thanks to the amazing work of Maksim Kotlyar. See the magical Pull Request here.

About Payum

Payum is a domain friendly payment framework for PHP. Just like Sylius, it is built with flexibility in mind and can be heavily customized. It is released under the MIT license, so you can use it for your open source and commercial projects.

The library comes with a Symfony2 integration out of the box, through PayumBundle. There are several other integrations in development for Laravel and Yii framework.

You should definitely check it out!

Supported gateways

For the initial implementation we have selected Paypal Express Checkout and Stripe for credit card payments. With relatively small effort we are going to introduce support for all Omnipay gateways. (through a bridge)

Currently, as a proof of concept, we support:

  • Paypal Express Checkout
  • Stripe
  • Dummy (for testing purposes)

In the near feature, we want to support:

  • 2Checkout
  • Authorize.Net
  • Buckaroo
  • CardSave
  • eWAY Rapid 3.0
  • First Data Connect
  • GoCardless
  • Offline payments
  • Migs
  • Mollie
  • MultiSafepay
  • Netaxept (BBS)
  • Netbanx
  • PayFast
  • Payflow Pro
  • Pin Payments
  • Sage Pay
  • SecurePay Direct Post
  • TargetPay
  • WorldPay

What's next?

The integration is very initial, but gives us a great foundation for everything payment-related. There are some Pull Requests with features like payment state change events. We're also trying to decouple the "purchase" step from checkout, so that you can transparently replace the payment system with your own.

We'd love to allow users to configure the payment gateway through backend, on the current payment method editing form, but that will come with future releases.

The payments are disabled for the demo! (Use "Dummy" payment method to checkout properly)


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