Adyen Web provides you with the building blocks to create a checkout experience for your shoppers, allowing them to pay using the payment method of their choice.
You can integrate with Adyen Web in two ways:
- Web Drop-in: an all-in-one solution, the quickest way to accept payments on your website.
- Web Components: one Component per payment method and combine with your own payments form logic.
We only provide full support when you use one of these methods of installation.
Node package manager
- Install the Adyen Web Node package:
npm install @adyen/adyen-web --save
- Import Adyen Web into your application:
import AdyenCheckout from '@adyen/adyen-web'; import '@adyen/adyen-web/dist/adyen.css';
Using a <script> tag
You can also import Adyen Web using a
<script> tag, as shown in the Web Components integration guide.
To run the development environment:
- Clone this repository.
- Create a
.envfile on your project's root folder following the example in
env.defaultand fill in the environment variables.
- Install the dependencies by running:
- Run the development environment, which starts a server listening on http://localhost:3020:
Analytics and data tracking
We merge every pull request into the
master branch. We aim to keep
master in good shape, which allows us to release a new version whenever we need to.
Have a look at our contributing guidelines to find out how to raise a pull request.
- Why we open sourced Adyen Web
- Complete documentation for Adyen Web
- API Explorer
- Example integrations
- Adyen Components JS Sample Code
If you have a feature request, or spotted a bug or a technical problem, create an issue here.
For other questions, contact our support team.
This repository is available under the MIT license.