@cafebazaar/react-native-poolakey

ReactNative In-App Billing SDK for Cafe Bazaar App Store

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@cafebazaar/react-native-poolakey

ReactNative In-App Billing SDK for Cafe Bazaar App Store

Installation

yarn add @cafebazaar/react-native-poolakey

or

npm install @cafebazaar/react-native-poolakey

Usage

Functional Components

import { useBazaar } from '@cafebazaar/react-native-poolakey';

// ...

function MyComponent() {
  const bazaar = useBazaar(myInAppBillingKey);
  // ...
  const someHandler = async () => {
    const purchaseResult = await bazaar.purchaseProduct(productId);
    console.log(purchaseResult.purchaseToken);
  };
  // ...
}

Class Components

import bazaar from '@cafebazaar/react-native-poolakey';

// ...

class MyApp extends React.Component {
  componentDidMount() {
    bazaar
      .connect(myInAppBillingKey)
      .catch(handleError); // bazaar is not installed or what?!
  }

  componentWillUnmount() {
    bazaar.disconnect();
  }

  async someButtonHandler() {
    const purchaseResult = await bazaar.purchaseProduct(productId);
    console.log(purchaseResult.purchaseToken);
  }
}

Complete Example

Please see example folder for a complete example react-native implementation.

API Documentation

connect / disconnect

TLDR: For each connect call, you need to call disconnect too.

To use bazaar apis, user needs to have Bazaar app installed on his phone. In all times, there's a single connection from your app to bazaar, each time you call connect we count it internally and you have to call disconnect the same number of times to be disconnected completely.

Once you are connected, you can call other apis, but you don't need to wait for connect promise to be resolved, other apis internally wait for connection to be established.

Inside functional components, you can use useBazaar which automatically calls connect/disconnect on mount/unmount hooks.

purchaseProduct(productId: string): Promise<PurchaseResult>

Purchase a product, bazaar starts payment flow automatically.

consumeProduct(purchaseToken: string): Promise<void>

If your product is consumable, you can call consumeProduct whenever you see fit. To consume, you need to provide purchaseToken from a previous purchaseProduct call result.

subscribeProduct(productId: string): Promise<PurchaseResult>

Subscribe to a product, bazaar starts payment flow automatically.

getPurchasedProducts(): Promise<PurchaseResult[]>

Get a list of products purchased by current user (logged in inside his bazaar app).

getSubscribedProducts(): Promise<PurchaseResult[]>

Get a list of subscriptions purchased by current user (logged in inside his bazaar app).

queryPurchaseProduct(productId: string): Promise<PurchaseResult>

Get a specific purchase data by productId

querySubscribeProduct(productId: string): Promise<PurchaseResult>

Get a specific subscription data by productId

getInAppSkuDetails(productIds: string[]): Promise<SkuDetails[]>

Get array of in-app sku details for all provided product ids

getSubscriptionSkuDetails(productIds: string[]): Promise<SkuDetails[]>

Get array of subscription sku details for all provided product ids

PurchaseResult

type PurchaseResult = {
  orderId: string;
  packageName: string;
  productId: string;
  purchaseTime: Date;
  purchaseState: number;
  developerPayload: string;
  purchaseToken: string;
}

SkuDetails

type SkuDetails = {
  sku: string;
  type: string;
  price: string;
  title: Date;
  description: number;
}

License

MIT

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