EDIT: Update about the PHP Jabber scripts.
I’ve had a message from PHP Jabber. It seems in testing they have discovered that all existing PHPJabber scripts that use Stripe for NOT ready for SCA. They have to make changes, paid for changes in many instances.
The info below is now incorrect.
I’m starting a new thread on this, opposed to posting in the existing ones so that as many people affected might see it.
I have had an update on the SCA thing from the main dev I use for most of my services that require a checkout.
They have come back to say that they integrate Stripe Checkout into all their products, so everything is handled by Stripe. As I suspect and commented recently on another thread, the give-away that this was the case is that when a user hits checkout, the Stripe checkout pop-up box appears, as opposed to things being handed “within” the page.
This means you are pulling in everything from Stripe, and Stripe has updated it all, so the bottom line is there is nothing we need to do. Phew!
The dev in question here is PHPJabber. So, if you use their products, and use Stripe for payments, you should be good, they have confirmed this is the case across all their scripts. However, I think that no matter who the dev is, if their app/stack/script uses Stripe Checkout (the pop-up box) then it should too be fine.
As well as PHPJabber scripts I use Yuzools Cart2 stack, which seems to use the same method for checkout: Stripe Checkout, so I think that stack is OK. Although, it would be nice to have that confirmed by the @yuzoolthemes man himself?
Rob at Rapidcart pro has said it is good to go, so I think that covers the main stacks, services and plugins. I don’t use Cartloom, or any of those types of services, so I’ve no idea. Perhaps someone else can look into that one and post here, so it’s all in the one thread?
I am awaiting to get confirmation back from Stripe on this (I have asked), but PHPJabbers are normally on the money, and I had read similar (about Stripe Checkout doing all the work) so I’d say on the one, we’re good.
If I hear back anything different I’ll update this thread.
If others can gather info from the other RW-centric ecommerce devs and post it here, that would be helpful to all I suspect.