sample-vue-shop - A sample shop that shows how to manage payments with Vue, Stripe, and Serverless Functions

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This small demo shows how to accept payments with stripe with Vue.js using a serverless function. It's actually not that bad to set up! The shop also shows how a number of concepts work in Vue. Server side rendering and routing is done with Nuxt.js. Centralized state management with Vuex for product details. Of note, using computed properties, .sync, CSS Grid, and transition-group.

https://shoppity.azurewebsites.net/
https://github.com/sdras/sample-vue-shop

Dependencies:

axios : ^0.17.1
gsap : ^1.20.3
node-sass : ^4.7.2
nuxt : ^1.0.0-rc11
sass-loader : ^6.0.6
vue-stripe-elements-plus : ^0.2.6
vuex : ^3.0.1

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