2019-01-04 08:25
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Symfony 4 - 设置Braintree Payments集成

I am trying to set up Braintree integration in my Symfony 4 PHP app.

I have used composer to require and install the latest version of Braintree SDK, and have added testing credentials to env file.

Set Up Client


I then added the client code to my twig template for Drop-in UI.

<div id="dropin-container"></div>
<button id="submit-button">Request payment method</button>
 var button = document.querySelector('#submit-button');

  authorization: 'CLIENT_TOKEN_FROM_SERVER',
  container: '#dropin-container'
 }, function (createErr, instance) {
  button.addEventListener('click', function () {
   instance.requestPaymentMethod(function (err, payload) {
     // Submit payload.nonce to your server

And included this script in the js block

<script src="https://js.braintreegateway.com/web/dropin/1.14.1/js/dropin.min.js"></script>

Set Up Server


Next step is to generate a client token

$clientToken = $gateway->clientToken()->generate([
    "customerId" => $aCustomerId

and then send token to client etc.


My question is where do I put the server side code in my Symfony 4 app?

Do you create a Braintree.php service in src/Services and put all the Braintree PHP code in there or in the controller, or some in both?

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  • dornc9470 2019-01-04 09:21

    Best practice is to keep Controllers as thin as possible. Controller method should:

    • accept the request
    • call the appropriate service
    • handle response

    This is all a controller should be responsible of. In your case, the appropriate service would be your BraintreeService, a class responsible for whatever you need to do with Braintree SDK or anything related to Braintree.

    Symfony follows the philosophy of "thin controllers and fat models". This means that controllers should hold just the thin layer of glue-code needed to coordinate the different parts of the application.


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