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Emmanuel Etukudo
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Jun 21, 2021 ⋅ 7 min read

Exploring the new Stripe React Native SDK

Emmanuel Etukudo I am a full-stack developer with more than five years of experience, with a preference for JavaScript, Node.js, Go, React, Redux, and MongoDB.

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2 Replies to "Exploring the new Stripe React Native SDK"

  1. Thank you for the tutroail @Emmanuel Etukudo! It was so helpful.

    I was getting errors because the merchantDisplayName attribute was missing from initPaymentSheet method, solved it by doing the following:

    const { error } = await initPaymentSheet({
    customerId: customer,
    customerEphemeralKeySecret: ephemeralKey,
    merchantDisplayName: ‘Ahmad M’, <<———- Added this
    paymentIntentClientSecret: paymentIntent,
    });

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