If you're looking to accept online payments for your Laravel-based website or application, integrating Tap Payment Gateway can be a great option. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of integrating Tap Payment Gateway with Laravel, step-by-step.
Firstly, make sure you have a Tap account and an API key. Once you have these, install the Tap Payments SDK via Composer by running the following command in your Laravel project directory:
composer require tap/tap-php-sdk
Next, create a route and controller to handle the payment request. In the controller, use the Tap Payments SDK to create a new payment request and pass the required parameters, such as the amount, currency, and description.
Once the payment request is successfully created, you will receive a payment URL. Redirect the user to this URL to complete the payment process.
Finally, create a route and controller to handle the payment response. In the controller, use the Tap Payments SDK to verify the payment status and update your database accordingly.
With these steps, you should now have a fully functional Tap Payment Gateway integrated with your Laravel project.
Remember to test your integration thoroughly before deploying it to a live environment.