Flutter plugin for In-App Payments SDK
The Flutter plugin for Square In-App Payments SDK is a wrapper for the native Android and iOS SDKs and supports the following native In-App Payments SDK versions:
- iOS: 1.0.1
- Android: 1.0.3
In addition to this README, the following is available in the flutter plugin GitHub repo:
- Getting started guide
- Enable Apple Pay guide
- Enable Google Pay guide
- Technical reference
- Troubleshooting guide
doc- Root directory for all documentation.
example- Root directory of the Flutter sample app (with walkthrough).
- Getting started with the example app
- Android minSdkVersion is API 21 (Lollipop, 5.0) or higher.
- Android Target SDK version: API 27 (Oreo, 8.1).
- Android SDK build tools: 26.0.3
- Android Gradle Plugin: 3.0.0 or greater.
- Support library: 27.1.1
- Google Play Services: 16.0.1
- Google APIs Intel x86 Atom_64 System Image
- Xcode version: 9.1 or greater.
- iOS Base SDK: 11.1 or greater.
- Deployment target: iOS 11.0 or greater.
In-App Payments SDK requirements and limitations
- In-App Payments SDK cannot issue refunds. Refunds can be issued programmatically using the Transactions API or manually in the Square Dashboard.
- In-App Payments SDK is not supported in the Square sandbox. See Testing Mobile Apps for testing recommendations.
- Quick start flutter app: You can learn how the In-App-Payments Flutter plugin is used by getting started with the example app, a quick-start Flutter app that lets you take a payment after completing 6 set up steps.
- Quick start backend app: The In-App Payments Server Quickstart takes the nonce created by the flutter app and uses it to create a payment credited to your Square account. Use this backend sample to quickly create a complete payment flow.
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