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Secure payment processing is a key prerequisite for any eCommerce operation. If it fails, the consequences can be catastrophic for any company, big or small.
In this article, Toptal Ruby on Rails Developer Henrique Reinaldo Sarmento outlines how you can create a Ruby on Rails eCommerce app, leveraging PayPal and Stripe for reliable and secure payments.