Configure the integration - Card Payment - Mercado Pago Developers

Configure the integration

To configure Card Payment Brick integration you need to follow the steps below:

  1. Create container
  2. Include and configure MercadoPago.js library
  3. Instantiate Brick
  4. Render Brick
The steps are performed on the backend or frontend. The Client-Side and Server-Side pills located immediately next to the title help you to identify which step is performed in which instance.
And to help, we've prepared a complete code example of the Card Payment Brick setup that you can use as a template.

Create container

Client-Side

You will need to create a container to define where the Brick will be placed on the screen. The creation of the container is done by inserting an element (for example, a div) in the HTML code of the page where the Brick will be rendered (see the code below).

Attention
The value shown in the id property below is just an example and can be altered, however, it should always match the id indicated in the render.

html

  <div id="cardPaymentBrick_container"></div>

Include and configure MercadoPago.js library

Client-Side

Use our official library to access Mercado Pago features from your frontend securely.

Attention
JS code can be included in a < script > tag or a separate JS file.

You will need to install the SDK by adding the following in your HTML code:

html

<script src="https://sdk.mercadopago.com/js/v2"></script>

Next, initialize the SDK by setting your public keyusing JavaScript code as follows:

javascript

const mp = new MercadoPago('YOUR_PUBLIC_KEY');

Instantiate Brick

Client-Side

With the container created and our SDK JS installed, the next step is to instantiate the Brick builder, which will allow generating the Brick. To create the Brick instance, insert the code below after the previous step.

javascript

const bricksBuilder = mp.bricks();
Attention
During Brick instantiation, different errors may appear. For more details on each of them, see the Possible Errors section.

Render Brick

Client-Side

Once instantiated, the Brick can be rendered and have all its configurations compiled so that the final structure of the Brick is generated.

To render the Brick, insert the following code after the previous step and fill in the attributes according to the comments highlighted in this same code.

javascript

const renderCardPaymentBrick = async (bricksBuilder) => {

  const settings = {
    initialization: {
      amount: 100, // total amount to be paid
    },
    callbacks: {
      onReady: () => {
        /*
          Callback called when the Brick is ready
          Here you can hide loadings from your site, for example.
        */
      },
      onSubmit: (cardFormData) => {
        // callback called when the user clicks on the submit data button

        // example of sending the data collected by our Brick to your server
        return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
            fetch("/process_payment", { 
                method: "POST",
                headers: {
                    "Content-Type": "application/json",
                },
                body: JSON.stringify(cardFormData)
            })
            .then((response) => {
                // receive payment result
                resolve();
            })
            .catch((error) => {
                // handle error response when trying to create payment
                reject();
            })
          });
      },
      onError: (error) => { 
        // callback called to all error cases related to the Brick
        console.error(error);
      },
    },
  };
  const cardPaymentBrickController = await bricksBuilder.create('cardPayment', 'cardPaymentBrick_container', settings);
};
renderCardPaymentBrick(bricksBuilder);     

The result of rendering the Brick should be like the image below:”

cardform

Attention
For an effective Brick control, the function submitted in onSubmit must always return a Promise. You should call resolve() only if your backend processes was successful. Call reject() if an error occurs. The reject() will make the Brick allow the fields to be filled in again and a new payment attempt possible. Also, when calling the resolve() method inside the onSubmit Promise, the Brick does not allow new payments. If you want to make a new payment, you must create a new Brick instance.