Vue Use Stripe

This is a thin Vue 3 wrapper (0.7 KB gzipped) for Stripe.js written in TypeScript. It simply provides a function (Vue hook) to create Stripe elements and a component that conveniently emits events.

Support for Vue 2 was added in 0.1.0 via vue-demi.


Add Stripe.js to index.html as recommended by Stripe:

<script async src=""></script>

Alternatively, install @stripe/stripe-js and import it in your project to automatically add the previous script tag as a side effect:

// main.js
import '@stripe/stripe-js'

Install this wrapper:

yarn add vue-use-stripe

If you are using TypeScript, make sure you also install the mentioned @stripe/stripe-js library as well to get proper types for Stripe. Note that, if you are adding the script tag direclty to index.html, then @stripe/stripe-js can be installed as a dev dependency (it will only be used for types, not bundled in your app).


Vue 3 in ESM environment

import { defineComponent, ref } from 'vue'
import { useStripe, StripeElement } from 'vue-use-stripe'

export default defineComponent({
  components: { StripeElement },
  setup() {
    const event = ref(null)

    const {
      elements: [cardElement],
    } = useStripe({
      key: process.env.VUE_APP_STRIPE_PUBLIC_KEY || '',
      elements: [{ type: 'card', options: {} }],

    const registerCard = () => {
      if (event.value?.complete) {
        // Refer to the official docs to see all the Stripe instance properties.
        // E.g.
        return stripe.value?.confirmCardSetup('<client-secret>', {
          payment_method: {
            card: cardElement.value,

    return {
  <StripeElement :element="cardElement" @change="event = $event" />
  <button @click="registerCard">Add</button>
  <div v-if="event && event.error">{{ event.error.message }}</div>

Vue 2

Install @vue/composition-api as a dependency. Everything else should be similar to the example above for Vue 3.

Downloading directly from CDN

Make sure vue-demi is included before vue-use-stripe:

<script src="[email protected]"></script>
<!-- if using Vue 2 -->
<!-- <script src="[email protected]"></script> -->
<script src=""></script>
<script src=""></script>

  const { useStripe, StripeElement } = window.VueUseStripe
  // Same as Vue 3 example above


useStripe(options: StripeOptions): {
  // Reactive reference to the Stripe instance (created using `window.Stripe`) with proper typings
  stripe: Ref<Stripe | null>;

  // Reactive reference to the internal elements instance (Stripe.elements(...)).
  // This allows creating Stripe elements manually (optional):
  // stripeElements.create('card', { <options> })
  stripeElements: Ref<StripeElements | null>;

  // Array of elements created out of `StripeOptions.elements` array
  elements: Ref<any>[];

type StripeOptions = {
  // Stripe API key
  key: string;

  // Array of elements to be created
  // See the following link for possible types and options:
  // E.g. `[{ type: 'card', options: { hidePostalCode: true } }, { type: 'fpxBank' }, ...]
  elements?: { type: string; options: object }[];

  // Stripe constructor options:
  constructorOptions?: object;

  // Elements constructor options:
  elementsOptions?: object;

Note: StripeOptions.elements array is optional. Alternatively, create elements manually using the returned stripeElements.

The <StripeElement /> component will emit any event created by the internal element: change, ready, click, focus, blur.