vovanmix / laravel5-billing-braintree by vovanmix

Braintree Service Provider for Laravel 5
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Maintainer Username: vovanmix
Maintainer Contact: singingcode@gmail.com (Vladimir Mikhaylovskiy)
Package Create Date: 2015-09-14
Package Last Update: 2015-12-14
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Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2020-11-29 15:06:50
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Braintree for Laravel 5

Installation

Add to composer.json this line:

"vovanmix/laravel5-billing-braintree": "1.*",

Add to config/app.php "providers" section:

"Vovanmix\Laravel5BillingBraintree\BraintreeServiceProvider",

That's it!

Configuration

To publish a the package configuration file, run in console:

php artisan vendor:publish

Then open config/billing_braintree.php to setup your environment and keys

Usage

Obtain a client side token:

Billing::getClientToken()

To use inside Blade template:

{{ Billing::getClientToken() }}

Get summary for the plan

$planExternalId = 'test';
$planAddOns = [1, 2]; // IDs of  add ons, optional
$planDiscounts = [1, 2]; // IDs of discounts, optional
$removeAddOns = [3, 4]; // IDs of add ons that default for this plan but needed to be removed from it, optional
$removeDiscounts = [3, 4]; // IDs of discounts that default for this plan but needed to be removed from it, optional
$summary = \Billing::getPlanSummary($planExternalId, $planAddOns, $planDiscounts, $removeAddOns, $removeDiscounts);

Create customer

$messageBag = new MessageBag();    // catching errors is optional but is a good practice
try {    
    $customerData = [        
        'first_name' => Input::get('first_name'),            
        'last_name' => Input::get('last_name'),           
        'nonce' => Input::get('nonce'),    // payment method nonce, obtained at the front end using Braintree Javascript library. See more in Braintree Docs        
        'address' => Input::get('address'),            
        'city' => Input::get('city'),            
        'state' => Input::get('state'),            
        'zip' => Input::get('zip')            
    ];        
    $customerId = \Billing::createCustomer($customerData);        
} catch (\Exception $e){    
    $messageBag->add('error', $e->getMessage());        
}

Create subscription

$messageBag = new MessageBag();    
try {   
    $planExternalId = 'test';
    $planAddOns = [1, 2]; // IDs of  add ons, optional
    $planDiscounts = [1, 2]; // IDs of discounts, optional
    $removeAddOns = [3, 4]; // IDs of add ons that default for this plan but needed to be removed from it, optional
    $removeDiscounts = [3, 4]; // IDs of discounts that default for this plan but needed to be removed from it, optional
    $subscriptionId = \Billing::createSubscription($customerId, $planExternalId, $planAddOns, $planDiscounts, $removeAddOns, $removeDiscounts);
} catch (\Exception $e){    
    $messageBag->add('error', $e->getMessage());        
}

Update subscription payment method

$customerData = [        
    'first_name' => Input::get('first_name'),            
    'last_name' => Input::get('last_name'),           
    'nonce' => Input::get('nonce'),    // payment method nonce, obtained at the front end using Braintree Javascript library. See more in Braintree Docs      
    'address' => Input::get('address'),            
    'city' => Input::get('city'),            
    'state' => Input::get('state'),            
    'zip' => Input::get('zip')            
];  
$success = \Billing::updatePaymentMethod($subscriptionId, $customerData);

Get subscription details

$subscriptionInfo = \Billing::getSubscriptionInfo($subscriptionId);

Checks:

Checks can be used to easily get information about subscription state. This methods implement some additional logic, like Past Due handling and Grape Period

Enabled

\Billing::checkIfSubscriptionIsEnabled($subscriptionId);

Most important check. Enabled means that user can still use subscription

Returns True for the following states:

  • ACTIVE
  • CANCELED (until grace period ends)
  • PAST_DUE (if allowed so by config)

Active

\Billing::checkIfSubscriptionIsActive($subscriptionId);

Active means that subscription can be used in the future. Canceled and Expired subscriptions cannot be updated.

Returns True for the following states:

  • ACTIVE
  • PAST_DUE
  • PENDING

Successfully Billed

\Billing::checkIfSubscriptionWasSuccessfullyBilled($subscriptionId)

Returns true if there was at least one successful payment in this subscription

Paid

\Billing::checkIfSubscriptionIsPaid($subscriptionId);

Paid means that this user doesn't owe money for now

Returns True for the following states:

  • ACTIVE
  • PENDING

Past Due

\Billing::checkIfSubscriptionIsPastDue($subscriptionId);

Returns true if the subscription is past due

Grace period

Grace period can be enabled or disabled in this plugin's config, parameter allowGracePeriod. It's enabled by default

If it is enabled, after cancelling subscription user can use the subscription until the end of the billing cycle. For example, if the payment date is 10th od each month, and user paid his bill on November 10, and cancelled his subscription on November 11, he still can use the subscription till December 10.

The ability to use the subscription means that checkIfSubscriptionIsEnabled() method will return TRUE.

##Past Due handling By default subscriptions with Past Due will be considered Enabled. You have to cancel subscription to them in order to block access

It can be changed in config, parameter allowAccessForPastDue.

Cancel subscription

\Billing::cancelSubscription($subscriptionId);