Earlier today, I was working on an Airtable integration project for one of my non-profit clients. The project makes use of Airtable's amazing API, and uses it to both save data to an Airtable base, and to pull data from that base for Web publishing.
While I was working on the project, it occurred to me that I could create a version of my fmStripe solution that integrates with Airtable. (fmStripe uses the Stripe payment processing system to charge a credit card, and it saves the payment info to a FileMaker database.)
This video demonstrates that concept. It uses a Stripe base with a very basic payments table (Payment ID, Payee, Amount Paid, etc), an HTML form to collect the payment information, the Stripe Checkout UI to collect the card information, the Stripe API to charge the card, and the Airtable API to save the payment to the Airtable base.
This is a good example of how you can put the Airtable API to work.
If you are interested in learning more about Airtable, click here to give it a try. And if you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
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Included below are a few screenshots of the solution.