The source code and post have been updated to use the latest Stripe.NET API => v4.2 Online payments! We've all used them and some of us may have had the "fortune" implementing them on one website or another. [Stripe](http://stripe.com" target="_blank") is the not-so-new kid on the block, since it recently expanded in many countries, that makes this development task a breeze. If you are using .NET, then [Stripe.NET](https://github.com/jaymedavis/stripe.net" target="_blank) is an excellent library that hides away most of the …[read more]
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Update: The current example of processing payments is NOT PCI-compliant as the card details are posted to the server. A better approach is to use the Stripe.js to generate the token and then process the payment - thanks to Christian Bryant for raising it in the comments. Take me to the PCI-Compliant option now As a web developer you are bound to have come across a requirement to implement some form of online payment processing for a site. This can be achieved using any number of third party providers such as Sage or PayPal etc. Although most of these …[read more]