A very bare-bones Swift Stripe Client/SDK, written with async/await.


This library was written to cover only and exactly a single use-case for one of my vapor apps. It’s open source, and you’re welcome to use it, but it has some major limitations currently — including that it only supports 3 api operations (creating a payment intent, canceling a payment intent, and creating a refund), and only supports USD currency. That said, if it looks promising, and you’d like to see it broadened, open an issue, or open a PR, I’m open to making it more general-purpose.


Create a payment intent:

import XStripe

let amountInCents = 499;
let additionalMetadata = ["orderId": "internal-123-abc"]
let stripeSecretKey = "sk_sosecret-123"

let paymentIntent = try await Stripe.Client().createPaymentIntent(

Cancel a payment intent:

// [...]
let paymentIntent = try await Stripe.Client().cancelPaymentIntent("pi_123", secretKey)

Create a refund:

// [...]
let refund = try await Stripe.Client().createRefund("pi_123", secretKey)


This library was designed to be used with the dependency injection approach from pointfree.co:

import XStripe

struct Environment {
  var stripeClient: Stripe.Client
  // other dependencies...

extension Environment {
  static let live = Environment(stripeClient: Stripe.Client.live)
  static let mock = Environment(stripeClient: Stripe.Client.mock)

var Current = Environment.live

// 🎉 you can swap out your own mock implementation:
Current.stripeClient.createRefund = { _, _ in fatalError("should not be called") }


Use SPM:

// swift-tools-version:5.5
import PackageDescription

let package = Package(
  name: "RadProject",
  products: [
    .library(name: "RadProject", targets: ["RadProject"]),
  dependencies: [
+   .package(url: "https://github.com/jaredh159/x-stripe.git", from: "1.0.0")
  targets: [
    .target(name: "RadProject", dependencies: [
+     .product(name: "XStripe", package: "x-stripe"),


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