Welcome to Uhmi! Here you’ll find everything you need to install Uhmi on your website or web app. We’ve tried to make this documentation user-friendly and example-filled, but if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact our dev team at email@example.com.
How it works
Step 1: Create a payment with the Uhmi API
The first step is to use the Uhmi API server-side to create the payment with payment details, such as the price, title etc. This payment can represent content, a donation or a subscription.
When successfully created a payment, Uhmi returns a unique payment ID. You’ll need this payment ID anytime you want to present that payment to your customers and thus needs to be stored in, for example, your database.
Step 2: Use Widget.js to present the payment
Now that you have a payment ID, you can setup the widget client-side using Widget.js to present the payment to your customers.
Step 3: Verify payment
After your customer completed the payment, the widget submits a transaction ID to your server. This is done asynchronously using AJAX, i.e. without reloading the page. Use this transaction ID to verify the payment server-side using the Uhmi API.
Great, your customer has paid! Now it’s time to act accordingly. You can say thank-you using the widget’s messages method or display the content.