STPAddCardViewControllerDelegate

@protocol STPAddCardViewControllerDelegate <NSObject>

An STPAddCardViewControllerDelegate is notified when an STPAddCardViewController successfully creates a card token or is cancelled. It has internal error-handling logic, so there’s no error case to deal with.

  • Called when the user cancels adding a card. You should dismiss (or pop) the view controller at this point.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    - (void)addCardViewControllerDidCancel:
        (nonnull STPAddCardViewController *)addCardViewController;

    Swift

    func addCardViewControllerDidCancel(_ addCardViewController: STPAddCardViewController)

    Parameters

    addCardViewController

    the view controller that has been cancelled

  • This is called when the user successfully adds a card and Stripe returns a Payment Method.

    You should send the PaymentMethod to your backend to store it on a customer, and then call the provided completion block when that call is finished. If an error occurs while talking to your backend, call completion(error), otherwise, dismiss (or pop) the view controller.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    - (void)addCardViewController:
                (nonnull STPAddCardViewController *)addCardViewController
           didCreatePaymentMethod:(nonnull STPPaymentMethod *)paymentMethod
                       completion:(nonnull STPErrorBlock)completion;

    Swift

    optional func addCardViewController(_ addCardViewController: STPAddCardViewController, didCreatePaymentMethod paymentMethod: STPPaymentMethod, completion: @escaping STPErrorBlock)

    Parameters

    addCardViewController

    the view controller that successfully created a token

    paymentMethod

    the Payment Method that was created. - see: STPPaymentMethod

    completion

    call this callback when you’re done sending the token to your backend