iDeal payment method required

This is my first use of this forum, and I hope someone can lead us in the right direction. 

For us Shopware 5 can be the right choice depending on some functionalities, first of all we require the iDeal payment option (common payment method in the Netherlands) 

In the backend it seems possible to add a payment method, but I can not seem to find a clear manual about this step. 

We don’t want to use a payment supplier like pay.nl etc. 

We can program our own code to handle this, but we can not find any manual, tutorial, etc etc. 

Or is Shopware 5 going to support iDeal? (commercial version perhaps?) 

Best regards, 

 

Documentation for Developers:

https://developers.shopware.com/developers-guide/

and here an OUTDATED payment plug-in for Shopware4 in german:

http://community.shopware.com/Zahlungsplugins-fuer-4.0-entwickeln_detail_897_487.html

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@steinsoftware schrieb:

Documentation for Developers:

https://developers.shopware.com/developers-guide/

and here an OUTDATED payment plug-in for Shopware4 in german:

http://community.shopware.com/Zahlungsplugins-fuer-4.0-entwickeln_detail_897_487.html

 Your second link is awesome, I hope this documentation will receive an update. I’m new with shopware, differences between 4 and 5 can throw me a bit off track I guess.

The developers guide is on my list of required readings… :frowning:

I was just hoping to be able to make a fast decision about investing time in the shopware 5 product. :) 

Changes in the payment section from SW4 to SW5 are minor - at least i guess so.

Shopware is great for developers (Some downsides true - like with every Software). Functional Plug-In system and will to improve (php7, symfony base, refactoring code…).

You could even have a look at shopware payment Plug-In’s available without ionCube cypher.

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@steinsoftware schrieb:

Changes in the payment section from SW4 to SW5 are minor - at least i guess so.

Shopware is great for developers (Some downsides true - like with every Software). Functional Plug-In system and will to improve (php7, symfony base, refactoring code…).

You could even have a look at shopware payment Plug-In’s available without ionCube cypher.

 Ok the minor changes are something I can live with while coding :) ;) 

Ehm I feel a bit lost with your last comment, without a/the ‚ionCube cypher‘… ?? 

For commercial plug-ins (since shopware is open source php) shopware offers the possibility to obfuscate the plug-in’s code. Thats what the ionCubeLoader does. So to monetarize your shopware plug-in you can hand out license codes to buyers that decipher the cyphered code at runtime and no one would steal your code or reuse it.

But there are also plug-ins delivered without using the ionCubeLoader’s functions. Almost all Shopware Plug-Ins except for the premium ones for example. And to my knowledge there should be payment plug-ins with MIT-License which source code could be analyzed for your project.