How a group of French programmers are revolutionizing the world of crypto and computer security.

DISCLAIMER: This article is in no mean a financial advice and while I do own some Uniris Coins, I am not otherwise affiliated with Uniris whatsoever. Whatever is written here, is based on my own research and my personal opinion. I can in no way be made liable for any losses you might experience by trading Uniris or otherwise.

Uniris was created in February 2017 by 3 French and 1 Indian:
• Sebastien Dupont-Raoseta
• Nilesh Patankar
• Christophe Bruno
• Gilles Gravier

With several years of accumulated experience in companies such as Barclays, MasterCard, Thales aeronautic, Orange Telecom, etc…


A new millennium full of opportunities. How simple it used to be to hack at the end of the 90's.

Photo by Vincent Botta on Unsplash

I had the chance to be a teenager with internet access in the start of this new millennium. I was one of the lucky 360 million internet users in the world — yep, that’s the estimated amount of internet users in 2000 compared to over 3.9 Billion nowadays.


With over 7 billion people on this planet there is of course a lot going on — good and bad.

And if all the bad news were not enough, you’ve got some megalomaniac journalists that will twist real news or literally create news to increase their sales — making it seem like the world is so bad.

To not fall in their trap and spend the rest of your day worrying, I decided to write this article and give you some tips on how to recognize those.

ALWAYS CHECK THE FOOTER

On April 11, 2020, the Weekly Inquirer published an article posting that an…


This article is divided in 4 parts:
1. User Interface with Material-UI
2. Creation of forms
3. Save user input with React useContext
4. Implement Stripe

If you came straight to the last part of this article and missed everything else,
I suggest that you download the full code so you track with the rest of this article.

The code is available here.

Now let’s go for the final sprint…


This article is divided into 4 parts:
1. User Interface with Material-UI
2. Creation of forms
3. Save user input with React useContext
4. Implement Stripe

If you are only interested in how to implement Stripe, jump straight to Part 4.

In this third part, we will implement the React Hook useContext to save the data entered in each input field.

If you’re not familiar with it, here is a good article on the subject:


This article is divided in 4 parts:
1. User Interface with Material-UI
2. Creation of forms
3. Save user input with React useContext
4. Implement Stripe

If you are only interested in how to implement Stripe, jump straight to Part 4.

Now let’s build our Material-UI forms.


In these days more and more associations/organizations are looking for collecting donations or receiving payments and all the documentation available is concerning “carts” and “checkout”.

What if I want the user to choose the amount and currency?

This is exactly what this is about.

DISCLAIMER
This article is in no way sponsored by Stripe or Material-UI (even thought I wish it was). I have been using these two libraries for a couple years now and I figured it’s time for me to share my experience and knowledge.

This article is divided in 4 parts:
1. User Interface with Material-UI
2. Creation of…

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