Stripe Elements

Beautiful, smart checkout flows 💳💸

#2 Product of the WeekOctober 03, 2017
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Stripe Elements are rich, pre-built UI components that help you create your own pixel-perfect checkout flows across desktop and mobile.

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Reviews

  • BenjaminI'm just connecting the dots.
    Pros: 

    Easy to integrate, absolutely amazing.

    Cons: 

    None

    This not only looks GREAT but always works great, I would expect nothing less fro Stripe. Shoot, this is so good that I came out of PH Troll mode just to make a post.

    Benjamin has used this product for one year.
  • Ciocanel RazvanCo-Founder of EpicCoders
    Pros: 

    Easy to integrate

    Cons: 

    Not much really

    I've been integrating stripe with client products for a long time now and this is a nice addition.

    Ciocanel Razvan has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Edwin Wee
Hunter
@edwinwee · Stripe
Ever wish you could put Stripe’s front-end, design, and analytics teams to work for you? With Elements, we work to optimize your payment flow! Stripe Elements are rich, pre-built UI components that help you create your own pixel-perfect checkout flows across desktop and mobile. Check out some examples: https://stripe.com/elements/exam...
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ Product Hunt
@edwinwee Wow - useful. Are there versions of these components available in React?
Mike Coutermarsh@mscccc · Code @ Product Hunt
@edwinwee Was not expecting that. 😻
Pierre Ragois@vpierrev · Designer & co-funder @Kuroneko_io
@edwinwee Amazing components and design, super useful, what can we say? Thanks!
@edwinwee If I'm not wrong with elements, email is no longer mandatory for creating the token ? ?
Edwin Wee
Hunter
@edwinwee · Stripe
@st3ph No email required. Try it out yourself in our docs, where you can create test tokens with just card details: https://stripe.com/docs/elements
Veasna Onn@veasnaonn · Building Something Useful
Hi Edwin. Can this be embedded in an email newsletter so that customers can checkout seamlessly without being redirected to a storefront?
Edwin Wee
Hunter
@edwinwee · Stripe
@veasnaonn No, it can't be embedded in emails right now, but that's a really neat idea!
Veasna Onn@veasnaonn · Building Something Useful
@edwinwee Yes! I’ve been exchanging emails with your team about this. I hope itcan come to fruition soon. It will remove such a big barrier to e-commerce and digital marketing. I would love to be a guinea pig for your team if you can make this happen 😬
Stan Podolski@ipstas · VirGO360, founder
Look very good. We definitely will try to implement it
Edwin Wee
Hunter
@edwinwee · Stripe
@ipstas Let us know if you have any questions while you're integrating! Docs: https://stripe.com/docs/elements
Sebastian Orozco@sebastiangodel · VC @ ACE Venture Capital
Can't wait to use this!
Nick O'Neill@allnick · CEO, Holler Inc.
This is super cool. It would be awesome if the next step was for Stripe to offer a hosted version of this page! Setting up payment pages can be cumbersome in that I need to develop server-side logic for a payment to complete. If Stripe could take on that aspect of things it would be killer. The existing mobile checkout flow feels like hosted payment pages are something Stripe could turn on with a flick of a switch. Just wondering what has been preventing them from doing so aside from the fact that it will knock a lot of people out of business who are built on their platform :) One other suggestion: have a place where developers and designers can share CSS styles/templates using Stripe Elements.
Nick O'Neill@allnick · CEO, Holler Inc.
@benkingntu Stripe Checkout is not a hosted payment form. You embed it on your website...
Ben King@benkingntu · Founder, Lion Feet
@allnick Ah I get you. Stripe as a business has been focused on targeting developers thus far, so I imagine providing a full hosted service is quite unlikely, but you never know.
Jijo Sunny@jijosunny · Co-founder, WhatRuns.
@benkingntu Not really. They built Atlas for entrepreneurs everywhere. Stripe is a startup-focused company more than a developer-focused one.
Dan@dr · Solo founder of Magpile and Subsail
@allnick Have you checked out plasso.com? Stripe-powered, hosted checkouts (and more).
Tim Preston@tehpeh · Consulting Software Engineer
@allnick > Just wondering what has been preventing them from doing so aside from the fact that it will knock a lot of people out of business who are built on their platform In a word: liability. Platforms that use Stripe are ultimately responsible for any losses due to fraud. By not allowing users to charge directly (they also discourage it via the Dashboard) they're putting a layer between themselves and any potential losses.