Stripe Elements Integration

Getting Started With Stripe Elements Integration

David Hoffmann Development Technologies, JavaScript, React, Tutorial Leave a Comment

Recently, I was involved with a project that required the client to collect payments from their customers. This brought up many questions on the best approach to process orders to accomplish this.

We wondered, is a Stripe Elements integration the answer, or can we avoid fees and process payments ourselves? For the vast majority of companies, ourselves included, yes, Stripe is the answer. The complexity of Payment Card Industry (PCI) Compliance alone makes this a no-brainer. In addition, the development of payment infrastructure is very time-consuming and costly.

In this blog, I will discuss Stripe Elements and its integration and the best way to implement them with React. I will cover basic Stripe information, how to set up a Stripe account, and a brief code overview to help you get on your way to incorporating Stripe…

[Video] Date Mining/Science: Supervised Time-Series Model

Keyhole Software Development Technologies, Educational Event, PostrgreSQL, Python Leave a Comment

In this video, Alex presents an introduction to data science “big ideas” relevant to the model, an explanation of its data modeling process, and a demonstration of the real-life machine learning solution implemented with Python, Postgres SQL, and H2O (an open-source machine learning algorithm). Multiple data sources and technologies were combined to create an accurate model that allows farmers and recreationists to make actionable insights about the future. A few questions and answers round out the discussion.

Angular Drag and Drop

Angular Material Drag and Drop – Strengths and Limitations

Rachel Walker Angular, Development Technologies, Programming Leave a Comment

When Drag and Drop was introduced to the Angular Material/CDK in version 7, it promised to support free dragging, interactive lists, and other common drag and drop operations without third-party library dependencies. Since that initial release, it has received consistent updates to further that goal.

In this blog post, I will be exploring some of the strengths and limitations of the Module that I encountered while implementing both simple and complex drag and drop functionality with CDK version 13.3.5.

Moving Google Tag Manager from Xamarin to Flutter

Andy Link Development Technologies, Flutter, Mobile, Xamarin Leave a Comment

While working with a major theater chain, I was tasked with implementing Analytics into their Xamarin app. Part of that work included implementing Google Tag Manager. At a later date, I was again tasked with implementing Google Tag Manager but this time, into their Flutter app. I expected the implementation to be similar and definitely easier the second time around, but I found that to be false. The setup had some major twists and turns that I didn’t expect.

Although this was sometimes a frustrating challenge, I had fun figuring it out. Most companies running their apps with Xamarin will be moving their apps to a newer SDK like Flutter at some point. Flutter allows cross platform development for Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, Windows, Google Fuchsia, and Web from a single codebase and shared languages. So this move is almost inevitable.

In this post, I’ll take you through a step-by-step tutorial of transferring from Xamarin to Flutter. By the end, GTM will be in your Flutter app!