React Native

How to integrate

Lean's React Native SDK is available as a package under the name lean-react-native via npm or yarn

yarn add lean-react-native
npm install lean-react-native

If you don't already have react-native-webview added to your project you should also install it:

yarn add react-native-webview
npm install --save react-native-webview

New you need to update your pods by navigating to the iOS folder:

cd ios
pod install

Usage

You need to create a ref to the LinkSDK component in order to call any of the LinkSDK functions like so:

import React, { useRef } from 'react'
import { View, TouchableOpacity, Text } from 'react-native'
import LinkSDK from 'lean-react-native'

const App = () => {
    const Lean = useRef(null)

    return (
        <View>
            <TouchableOpacity 
                onPress={() => Lean.current.link({ customer_id: "CUSTOMER_ID" })}
            >
                <Text>Link Account</Text>
            </TouchableOpacity>

            <LinkSDK
                ref={Lean}
                appToken="MY_APP_TOKEN"
                version="{version_number}"
                country="{country_of_operation}"
                sandbox
            />
        </View>
    )
}

export default App

Choosing a version

When calling Lean.manager.setup a version is required.

Version takes a String and can point to either a specific SDK version i.e. "latest" or an alias i.e. "latest".

Lean.manager.setup(
    appToken: String,
    sandbox: true,
    version: "latest"
    )

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We recommend passing in a specific version to ensure stability in the case that a change to the SDK breaks your application.

Available Versions

Specific Version semver

The current stable build is 1.25.0

latest alias

latest is an alias for the current release. It is subject to change at relatively short notice - but does allow for any bug fixes to be shipped over the air - meaning fixes can be applied without the need to resubmit your application to the app store.

next-release alias

next-release is a QA version of the SDK allowing you to test the next version that will become latest before we roll out the changes, this should only be used for development and QA purposes as it is subject to breakage without any warning.

Available Methods

.connect()

The connect method is used to enable a customer to use a single log in to create and Entity and a PaymentSource for use with the Data API and Payments API respectively.

Lean.current.connect({
  customer_id: "YOUR_CUSTOMER_ID",
  permissions: ["identity","accounts","balance","transactions", "payments"],
  bank_identifier: "LEAN_MB1",
  payment_destination_id: "PAYMENT_DEST_ID",
})

.reconnect()

The reconnect method is used to re-authenticate a customer account with the Data API.

Lean.current.reconnect({
  reconnect_id: "RECONNECT_ID"
})

.createPaymentSource()

The createPaymentSource method is used to connect a bank account as a payment method to your application in the Payments API.

Lean.current.createPaymentSource({ 
  customer_id: "CUSTOMER_ID",
  bank_identifier: "LEAN_MB1",
  success_redirect_url: "myapp://www.myapp.com/success", // required for Open Banking banks
  fail_redirect_url: "myapp://www.myapp.com/success" // required for Open Banking banks
})

.updatePaymentSource()

The updatePaymentSource method is used to authorise an additional payment destination for an existing payment source in the Payments API.

Lean.current.updatePaymentSource({ 
  customer_id: "CUSTOMER_ID",
  payment_source_id: "PAYMENT_SOURCE_ID",
  payment_destination_id: "PAYMENT_DESTINATION_ID"
})

.pay()

The pay method is used to make a bank to bank transfer from your customer's account to your account in the Payments API.

Lean.current.pay({ 
  payment_intent_id: "PAYMENT_INTENT_ID",
  account_id: "ACCOUNT_ID"
})

Callbacks

By providing a callback into the component, the LinkSDK will report back with an object in the following format:

{
    method: "LINK",
    status: "SUCCESS",
    message: "Some message about the state of the application",
    exit_point: "SUCCESS",
    secondary_status: "SUCCESS",
    bank: {
        bank_identifier: "DIB_UAE",
        is_supported: true
    }
}

Troubleshooting

Webview crashes on Android

You can disable hardware acceleration on the webview by passing android specific props into the webview:

<LinkSDK
    webViewProps={{
        androidHardwareAccelerationDisabled: true,
    }}
    appToken: "YOUR_APP_TOKEN"
    sandbox: false
>

JDK version issues on Android

You may get gradle errors if you have a different JDK on the development system compared to the local JDK delivered with the Android SDK. The solution is to set set JAVA_HOME in gradlew or gradlew.bat to point to the SDK JDK path. On Windows:

SET JAVA_HOME="\Program Files\Android\Android Studio\jre"