Flutter_Ravepay provides a wrapper that incorporate payments using Ravepay within your flutter applications. The integration is achieved using Ravepay's Android/iOS SDK libraries. It currently has full support for only Android. Getting it to work on iOS comes with a few more steps and configurations (soon to come).
dependencies: flutter_ravepay: "^0.2.0"
Ravepay ravePay = Ravepay.of(context);
Charging a Card
RavepayResult result = await ravePay.chargeCard( const RavepayConfig( amount: 4500.0, country: "NG", currency: "NGN", email: "firstname.lastname@example.org", firstname: "Jeremiah", lastname: "Ogbomo", narration: "Test Payment", publicKey: "****", secretKey: "****", txRef: "ravePay-1234345", useAccounts: false, useCards: true, isStaging: true, useSave: true, metadata: [ const RavepayMeta("email", "email@example.com"), const RavepayMeta("id", "1994"), ] ), );
If you encounter any problems feel free to open an issue. If you feel the library is missing a feature, please raise a ticket on Github and I'll look into it. Pull request are also welcome.
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