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Process SimplePay payments with CodeIgniter
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Spay - Codeigniter - SimplePay Payment Library

library to integrate Simplepay Payment Gateway API on codeigniter

Class Features

  • Pay with Simplepay!
  • Add auto generated items
  • Light weight
  • Need no instal and has no database, just copy files to the right folder
  • Can be integrated to any Codeigniter application
  • Tested with codeigniter version 3.0 but backward compactible with version 2.0
  • Compatible with PHP 5.0 and later
  • Much more!

Why you might need it

To manually integrate simplepay into your website. When you're done, you will have added a SimplePay button and supporting code to your website so that customers can click to place orders through simplepay.

License

This software is distributed under the MIT license. Please read LICENSE.txt for information on the software availability and distribution.

Installation & loading

Drop the provided files into the CodeIgniter project
Configure your simplepay details inside the application/config/simplepay.php file. refer to http://simplepay.com/developer.php
Modify the controller example supplied (application/controller/simplepay.php) to fit your needs


A Simple Example

To use library Spay first edit your config file setting at application/config/simplepay.php, load the library in your controller

  $this->load->library('spay');

To use library populate the param array with your values or you can view http://simplepay.com/developer.php for more details on the fields (array elements)

 $param = array(
							"customid" => '1255634',
							"freeclient" => 'N',
							"demo" => 'Y', // if you are testing the application [ Y / N ]
							"price" => '1000',
							"quantity" => '3',
							"period" => '',
							"trial" => '',
							"escrow" => '',
							"action" => 'payment', // action product/donation/subscription/payment
							"pname" => 'Gucci Shoes',
							"desc" => 'Imported Classic Gucci Shoes',
							"setupfee" => '',
							"tax" => '',
							"shipping" => '',
							"comments" => '',
							"button" => 'accepted'  // pay / subscribe / escrow / accepted / donation 
							);
							$form = $this->spay->spay_form( $param );
							echo $form;
it auto close the form variable

	View sample controller code below
class Simplepay extends CI_Controller {
	function __construct()
	{
		parent::__construct();
		$this->load->library('spay');  
		 
	}
	
	function index()
	{
			 $param = array(
							"customid" => '1255634',
							"freeclient" => 'N',
							"demo" => 'Y', // if you are testing the application [ Y / N ]
							"price" => '1000',
							"quantity" => '3',
							"period" => '',
							"trial" => '',
							"escrow" => '',
							"action" => 'payment', // action product/donation/subscription/payment
							"pname" => 'Gucci Shoes',
							"desc" => 'Imported Classic Gucci Shoes',
							"setupfee" => '',
							"tax" => '',
							"shipping" => '',
							"comments" => '',
							"button" => 'accepted'  // pay / subscribe / escrow / accepted / donation 
							);
							$form = $this->spay->spay_form( $param );
							echo $form;
	}
}	
	

You'll find it easy to implement.

That's it. You should now be ready to use Spay!

Localization

Spay defaults to English

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