Hey Great catch!
It seems like github has done some sort of update on gist & mixed up urls because I can’t find either snippet! Regardless, from what I know
async/await error catching you don’t have a lot nicer options than wrapping things in a
try/catch block :(
Jonas Preisler sorry for the late reply,
looks like you’re missing a method firstly.
can_make_payments is defined in
Hey, sorry for the late reply.
This value is basically another Stripe accounts ID, specifically your business’s Stripe Account, or the account you want customers to send money to via Stripe Connect.
Let me know if that helps!
Hey! Thanks for the feedback!
Should be easy enough to deploy live on Heroku as long as you set up your own Stripe Connect account, and then pop in your environment variables.
And since we’re already using postgreSQL, I don’t think you’ll have to do much more than deploy to Heroku!
Hey mate, not using nginx much myself. But I’m pretty sure certbot will be able to help you out.
Their website has a pretty nice support wizard that’ll give you the right software version depending on your tool and OS.
hope that helps