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Laravel eCommerce Payment Gateway

With the help of the module, Laravel eCommerce Payment Gateway, The admin can integrate the payment gateway in the Bagisto eCommerce website. payment gateway is the United States-based payment gateway that is popularly used in the USA, UK, Canada and Australia. payment gateway is a PCI DSS level 1 certified.

Features Of Laravel eCommerce payment gateway

  • Provide payment directly to the admin account.
  • Accept all the cards that supports.
  • Buyer can also save cards for future payments while paying.
  • PCI(Payment Card Industry) Compliance.
  • 3D Secure – Added security layer.

How to install the module?

Customers will get a zip folder after purchasing the extension and Unzip the extension zip and then merge the “packages” folders into the project root directory.

Goto config/app.php file and add the following line under ‘providers’.


Goto config/concord.php file and add the following line under modules array


Then Goto composer.json file and add the following line under ‘psr-4’

"Webkul\WeAccept\": "packages/Webkul/WeAccept/src"

Run these commands below to complete the setup

composer dump-autoload
composer require authorizenet/authorizenet
php artisan route:cache
php artisan migrate
php artisan vendor:publish

Admin configuration for the Laravel eCommerce payment gateway

After the successful installation of the module, the admin will also have to configure the module.

Click on configure>>Sales>>Payments Method, under the Authorize Net Payment, several fields need to be filled.

  • Enable:-The admin can enable and disable the module from this field.
  • Title:- The admin can also provide the title for the payment method in this field.
  • Description:- The admin needs to describe the payment method in this field.
  • Debug:- The admin can select between Sandbox and Production in this field
  • Client key:- The admin can provide client key in this field as generated from the Authorize Net website after creating an account.
  • API Login ID:- The admin needs to provide the API Login ID in this field for production only.
  • Transaction Key:-  The admin needs to provide the transaction key in this field for production only.
  • Test API login ID:- The admin needs to provide the Test API Login IP in this field for the Testing (Sandbox).
  • Test transaction Key:- The admin needs to provide theTest transaction key in this field for the Testing(Sandbox).
  • Sort Order:-Admin can also set the sort order here for the payment gateway that will be visible in the front end.

How to get the keys?

First of all the user need to create an account on after creating the account, click on Account.

To get the Client key click on Manage Public Client Key under the Security setting section after clicking a page will generate where the client key will be visible as shown in the image below:-

Also, to get the API Login ID and Transaction Key click on API Credentials and Keys under the Security setting section a page will generate where both API Login ID and Transaction Key will be visible as shown below:-

To obtain a Transaction key select New transaction key and click on the submit button, then the user needs to verify the email id and enter the Pin that will be sent to the user’s email ID and click on the Verify Pin button as shown below:-

After clicking on the Verify Pin button the Transaction Key will be generated as shown below:- Payment Gateway :- Front End

Now the customers can select the Authorize Net Payment method that is visible under the Select Payment Method.

then click on Add new card by which Authorize Net payment popup will display as shown below enter the credential and click on the Submit button.

Then click on the Continue button

After clicking on the Continue button the Oder Summary page will generate then click on the Place Order button.

Now the order has been placed Successfully using the payment gateway



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New Magento Omnichannel Guide: A mind-blowing recipe to become the leading omnichannel retailer with Magento

Do you run your own retail business and wear too many hats?

Do you manage a team that’s always busy but not achieving the results you want?

Do you feel overwhelmed by Magento and the expensive retail solutions in the marketplace?

Too many Magento merchants struggle with data synchronization across their sales and fulfillment channels. You’re wondering where and how to find a good model and roadmap for your business. You’re not entirely sure exactly how Magento can help you with sales and other retail operations.

You need help running and scaling your Magento retail, but the technical documents don’t address the retail workflows, and the retail so-called guides are marketing fluffs that barely scratch the surface of your daily operations.

You shouldn’t feel alone or frustrated when building your strategy and turning your vision into reality.

So we thought we could help you with some vital ingredients for your omnichannel success.

They’re included in our latest guide: Formulate a winning Magento omnichannel retail.

With 6 chapters, this guide will go into operational aspects that give your customers a more delightful shopping experience:

Chapter 1: Prepare your omnichannel approach on Magento

Pursuing omnichannel retail on Magento isn’t for everyone.

To achieve omnichannel, you need to meet customer expectations by upgrading crucial business operations. Then we’ll consider Magento capabilities, including its core and ecosystem, in meeting your goals.

Chapter 2: Sketch your winning model and roadmap

Omnichannel retail can be a long and winding road, filled with challenges and obstacles. However, with a good foundation, growing multi-store retailers can cut through complicated concepts and strategies and succeed.

Start with identifying the path to omnichannel on Magento and where you are on the journey. From there you can design the roadmap that best fits your business.

Chapter 3: Manage data centrally in Magento omnichannel retail

Many retailers using Magento struggle with managing information systems and related databases.

A primary reason is the lack of centralization. They want to turn Magento into a powerful centralized system but don’t know what Magento is capable of and how to start.

This chapter explains how omnichannel business works in terms of “data” and how to take advantage of Magento plus its worldwide network to build your own centralized data system.

Chapter 4: Omnichannel on Magento: 6 key customer experiences

Nowadays, Magento retailers often fail at delivering a true omnichannel experience because they’re insufficiently aware of the real needs and preferences of their customers across the buyer journey.

To design an effective omnichannel strategy in Magento, you should equip yourself with an in-depth understanding of your customers and focus on providing a seamless solution across sales channels to satisfy them.

This chapter identifies the 6 key customer experiences and how you can deploy a Magento system that meets customer expectations.

Chapter 5: Nail your omnichannel success with KPIs

When a retailer has invested their resources in an omnichannel strategy, it’s reasonable to pause and ask, “Is this really working?”

But this simple question isn’t so easy to answer. By combining in-depth quantitative with qualitative metrics, you’ll be able to confidently identify which operations of your retail are leading, and which may need additional support to realize your omnichannel vision.

This chapter discusses how to measure omnichannel success with key performance indicators (KPIs).

Chapter 6: Succeed in Magento omnichannel retail: Lessons from 3 true examples

There is no one-way to achieve omnichannel in practice.

In this chapter, we break down 3 real success cases to see how these Magento retailers nail their omnichannel strategy.

You can also find some best practices from one of Magestore’s clients to apply to your own business. On the way to omnichannel, this retailer has set goals and encountered challenges that are typically found in growing businesses. What he gained is compelling evidence that omnichannel is achievable for medium-sized retailers.

Actionable insights for Magento retailers

This Magento omnichannel guide is a perfect mix of theory and practice. We’ve got:

  • Free assessment to identify which omnichannel maturity stage you’re in
  • Sample Magento omnichannel models for growing multi-store merchants
  • Retail workflows of 5+ omnichannel experiences, from the customer’s and your perspectives
  • Free template to record your most important KPIs
  • Best practices from successful retailers using Magento as the central hub

Everything in this guide is the result of 10 years of working with real Magento merchants. The guide was written based on the stories of Magestore’s clients, addressing common questions you might have when merging your online and offline.

We got different teams to contribute to this guide, from project managers to developers. We’ve also complemented the insights with the latest retail statistics and research.

This definitive guide will give you the knowledge and confidence to use Magento to implement your dream omnichannel system.

So don’t waste this chance to get your omnichannel retail on the right track and be a hero to your team.

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