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Accept an EPS payment with Stripe.js [Video]

Accept an EPS payment with Stripe.js

In this episode, you’ll learn how to confirm an EPS payment with an HTML and JavaScript client using a custom form.

### Table of contents

00:00 Introduction
00:22 Confirm server is running
02:14 Mount the EPS element
02:33 Create a payment intent
03:24 Confirm a payment intent
03:52 Test the demo
04:17 Refetch the payment on return
05:39 Recap

### Server implementations

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### Presenter

Matthew Ling – Developer Advocate at Stripe –

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