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Programming language: Go
License: MIT License
Tags: Financial    
Latest version: v1.1.646

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Sleet

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Payment abstraction library - interact with different Payment Service Providers (PsP) with one unified interface.

Installation

go get github.com/BoltApp/sleet

Methodology

Wherever possible, we try to use native Golang implementations of the PsP's API. We also assume that the caller can pass along raw credit card information (i.e. are PCI compliant)

Supported Gateway API Calls

  1. Authorize
  2. Capture
  3. Void
  4. Refund

Webhooks Support

We support abstracting PsP Webhook notifications into a common interface.

PsP Support Matrix

PsP Gateway APIs Webhooks
Adyen βœ… ❌
Authorize.Net βœ… ❌
Braintree βœ… ❌
CyberSource βœ… ❌
Checkout.com βœ… ❌
FirstData βœ… ❌
NMI βœ… ❌
Orbital βœ… ❌
RocketGate βœ… ❌
Stripe βœ… ❌

To run tests

Unit test

go test -v -tags=unit $(go list ./... | grep -v integration-tests)

Integration test

The following environment variables are needed in order to run tests

```shell script $ export ADYEN_USERNAME="YOUR_ADYEN_WEBSERVICE_USERNAME" $ export ADYEN_ACCOUNT="YOUR_ADYEN_MERCHANT_ACCOUNT" $ export ADYEN_PASSWORD="YOUR_ADYEN_WEBSERVICE_PASSWORD" $ export STRIPE_TEST_KEY="YOUR_STRIPE_API_KEY" $ export AUTH_NET_LOGIN_ID="YOUR_AUTHNET_LOGIN" $ export AUTH_NET_TXN_KEY="YOUR_AUTHNET_TXN_KEY" $ export BRAINTREE_MERCHANT_ID="YOUR_BRAINTREE_MERCHANT_ACCOUNT" $ export BRAINTREE_PUBLIC_KEY="YOUR_BRAINTREE_PUBLIC_KEY" $ export BRAINTREE_PRIVATE_ID="YOUR_BRAINTREE_PRIVATE_KEY" $ export CYBERSOURCE_ACCOUNT="YOUR_CYBS_ACCOUNT" $ export CYBERSOURCE_API_KEY="YOUR_CYBS_KEY" $ export CYBERSOURCE_SHARED_SECRET="YOUR_CYBS_SECRET" $ export NMI_SECURITY_KEY="YOUR_NMI_PRIVATE_KEY" $ export CHECKOUTCOM_TEST_KEY="YOUR_CHECKOUTCOM_PRIVATE_KEY" $ export CHECKOUTCOM_TEST_KEY_WITH_PCID="YOUR_CHECKOUTCOM_PRIVATE_KEY_WITH_PROCESSING_CHANNEL_ID" $ export CHECKOUTCOM_TEST_PCID="YOUR_CHECKOUTCOM_PROCESSING_CHANNEL_ID"


Then run tests with: `go test ./integration-tests/`

## Code Example for Auth + Capture

```go
import (
  "github.com/BoltApp/sleet"
  "github.com/BoltApp/sleet/gateways/authorize_net"
)
// Generate a client using your own credentials
client := authorize_net.NewClient("AUTH_NET_LOGIN_ID", "AUTH_NET_TXN_KEY")

amount := sleet.Amount{
  Amount: 100,
  Currency: "USD",
}
card := sleet.CreditCard{
  FirstName: "Bolt",
  LastName: "Checkout",
  Number: "4111111111111111",
  ExpMonth: 8,
  EpxYear: 2010,
  CVV: "000",
}
streetAddress := "22 Linda St."
locality := "Hoboken"
regionCode := "NJ"
postalCode := "07030"
countryCode := "US"
address := sleet.BillingAddress{
  StreetAddress1: &streetAddress,
  Locality:       &locality,
  RegionCode:     &regionCode,
  PostalCode:     &postalCode,
  CountryCode:    &countryCode,
}
// To get specific response headers, add them to the request options.
// They will be attached to the AuthorizationResponse
options := make(map[string]interface{})
options["ResponseHeader"] = []string{"x-test-header"}
authorizeRequest := sleet.AuthorizationRequest{
  Amount: &amount,
  CreditCard: &card,
  BillingAddress: &address,
  Options: options,
}
authorizeResponse, _ := client.Authorize(&authorizeRequest)

captureRequest := sleet.CaptureRequest{
  Amount:               &amount,
  TransactionReference: authorizeResponse.TransactionReference,
}
client.Capture(&captureRequest)