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Sell Products Using Stripe Checkout and Netlify Functions


Jason Lengstorf

38m closed-captioning
7 lessons
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Published 4 years ago
Updated 3 years ago

How does e-commerce work on the Jamstack?

Jason Lengstorf and Thor 雷神 teamed up on Learn With Jason to build a serverless Stripe Checkout implementation. This collection is a cleaned up, egghead-style tutorial for selling products on a Jamstack site using Netlify Functions and Stripe Checkout.

This course is still valid and relevant. To follow along with the lessons make sure to use stripe v.8.39.2 (2020-04-10).

What you'll learn:

  • Write a serverless functions
  • Write a function to load JSON data asynchronously
  • Create an HTML template to structure products
  • Write a function to inject product data into the HTML template
  • Create a new Netlify site using the command line
  • Handle product purchasing flow with Stripe Checkout
  • Create a success page to display after purchase

Course Content

38m • 7 lessons

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