Stripe Configuration

How to configure webhooks in your Stripe account.

API Keys

An API key or application programming interface key is a code that gets passed on by computer applications. The program or application then calls the API or application programming interface to identify its user, developer or calling program to a website.

An API key can act as a secret authentication token as well as a unique identifier.

They are used to guarantee a security channel between Slyk and Stripe.

Finding keys in Stripe

Please refer to stripe Learn more about API authentication.

Where to paste your Stripe API keys in Slyk

  • Login to your owner dashboard (yourslyk.slyk.io)

  • In the left menu click "Settings"

  • Search for "Payments & integrations" (it may be different than the below screenshot)

  • Search for "Stripe" and click "Connect"

  • Stripe detail window will expand and you can see two forms where you should paste Stripe keys

Stripe details
  • Now login to your stripe account.

  • Make sure you're in Live environment

How to choose "Live" environment
  • In the left main menu find "developers", click to expand and choose "API keys"

  • Stripe automatically created a key when you created the account, you only need to copy them into Slyk.

Location of keys in Stripe
  • Copy each key into the correct form with the corresponding name in Slyk.

  • Click "Connect & Save"

Click "connect and save" to test and finish your integration.
  • You should see a success message.

Note: Slyk automatically created the necessary webhooks in your Stripe account.

You can now accept credit cards in your Slyk.

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