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Inputs

Evervault Inputs is functionality embedded within our JavaScript and React SDKs that makes it easy to collect cardholder data securely.

Evervault Inputs are served within an iFrame retrieved directly from Evervault’s PCI-compliant infrastructure, and all operations on card data such as validity checks also occur within the Evervault environment. Adopting this approach for card data collection can reduce your PCI DSS compliance scope to the simplest form (SAQ-A Control Set) once integrated correctly.

To integrate Inputs, simply pass the id of the element in which the iFrame should be embedded and we'll take care of the rest. For more details, check out our JavaScript or React SDKs.

Customising Inputs

When you initialize Evervault Inputs, you can specify a theme to blend the iFrame seamlessly into your UI.

Default theme

Evervault Inputs: default theme

Minimal theme

Evervault Inputs: minimal theme

Material theme

Evervault Inputs: material theme

Managing card data

There are two ways of accessing encrypted card data once it has been entered.

In each case, a cardData object containing details about the card data your user has entered is returned. This is always encrypted, never in plaintext.

json
{
"card": {
"type": "visa_credit",
"number": "ev:encrypted:abc123",
"cvc": "ev:encrypted:def456",
"expMonth": "01",
"expYear": "23"
},
"isValid": true,
"isPotentiallyValid": true,
"isEmpty": false,
"error": {
"type": "invalid_pan",
"message": "The credit card number you entered was invalid"
}
}

onChange hook

This option is best when you are looking to handle the card values in realtime, like displaying validation errors as a user is inputting their card data. The callback for the hook is run every time your user updates the card data. Check out our JavaScript or React docs for more details.

NB: These actions occur in the Evervault PCI DSS environment, not on the client site, and the customer cannot access the card data in plaintext.

getData method

This option is best when you are looking to retrieve encrypted card data, like when your form is submitted. Check out our JavaScript or React docs for more details.

NB: Only encrypted cardholder data can be retrieved to the customer environment.


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