An universal web component for handling card payments
Last updated 9 months ago by tim28 .
MIT · Original npm · Tarball · package.json
$ cnpm install components-card-payment 
SYNC missed versions from official npm registry.


  1. All transaction is in GBP
  2. No card validation
  3. No expiry date validation
  4. mapStateToProps is broken with stencil library - need investigation
  5. Implement CORS header to connect API
  6. handle data transform on success
  7. handle API errors
  8. decouple payment form into a data connection layer and form display component
  9. add preloading icon and payment authorising loading bar
  10. replace pay button with cancel, settle and partial buttons on authorised
  11. implement real e2e tests on actual browsers

Using this component

Script tag

  • Publish to NPM
  • Put a script tag similar to this <script src=''></script> in the head of your index.html
  • Then you can use the element anywhere in your template, JSX, html etc

Node Modules

  • Run npm install components-card-payment --save
  • Put a script tag similar to this <script src='node_modules/components-card-payment/dist/card-payment.js'></script> in the head of your index.html
  • Then you can use the element anywhere in your template, JSX, html etc

In a stencil-starter app

  • Run npm install components-card-payment --save
  • Add an import to the npm packages import components-card-payment;
  • Then you can use the element anywhere in your template, JSX, html etc

Work on this component

To start building a new web component using Stencil, clone this repo to a new directory:

git clone card-payment
cd components-card-payment
git remote rm origin

and run:

yarn install
yarn start

To build the component for production, run:

yarn build

To run the unit tests for the components, run:

yarn test



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