Viva Wallet for WooCommerce, Finally Done Right
Interested in accepting payments using Viva Wallet on your WooCommerce website? Our own Viva Wallet Gateway implementation was just released and it’s probably the cleanest, most complete one to date. The best part? It’s completely free.
Here’s what makes our version special:
- It adheres to the WordPress Coding Standards and follows WooCommerce best practices and conventions.
- It does not add unnecessary steps to the checkout flow.
- It does not blindly trust the return URL being called, or the content of a Webhook notification. Transactions are verified.
- It supports Viva Webhooks. If you configure Webhooks correctly, every time you issue a refund from the My Sales > Sales page of your Viva Wallet account, WooCommerce will be automatically notified and change the status of the associated order to Refunded.
- It supports the WooCommerce Refunds API. This means that you can issue partial or full refunds directly from within an order, without leaving your WooCommerce store.
- It logs all activity, ensuring you have access to records of all transactions and notifications sent to/from your store.
But don’t just take our word for it – have a look at the code and take it for a spin! In the GitHub repository of the project you will find a detailed configuration guide that should help you link the gateway with your Viva Wallet business/merchant account.
Got any questions or feedback to share? Have an customization/integration requirement? Want to see another feature added, e.g. support for the native checkout method, tokens, or recurring payments? As always, we’d love to hear from you!