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Use Stripe Billing to build a secure, hassle-free billing system for your Ruby on Rails application.

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1. Data Modeling

Model your recurring subscriptions with Stripe Products and Prices. Why you should also store Subscriptions and Invoices in your own database.

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2. Webhooks & Data Synchronization

All changes to a Subscription or Customer, whether made via the API or UI, should be processed asynchronously via webhooks. Learn how to keep Customers, Subscriptions and Invoices in sync between Stripe and your database.

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3. Stripe Customer Management

Create and update Customers in Stripe, attach account-specific meta data, customize their billing email address, and add additional information to invoices, such as address or VAT number.

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4. Stripe Billing Options

Compare Stripe's various billing options, including the self-serve portal, Stripe Checkout, and Stripe Elements.

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5. Stripe Self-serve Portal

The self-serve portal is a secure, Stripe-hosted page that lets your customers manage their subscriptions and billing details. It is the simplest way to build a subscription and billing management dashboard. Stripe manages the user interface for starting, updating or canceling a subscription.

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6. Stripe Checkout

Checkout creates a secure, Stripe-hosted payment page that lets your customers enter their billing details and start a recurring subscription. Stripe manages the user interface for starting a subscription.

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7. Stripe Elements

Stripe Elements is a set of prebuilt UI components, like inputs and buttons, for building your checkout flow. Your app manages the entire subscription user experience, but collects billing details via an embedded Stripe-powered form.

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