Plack::Middleware::AppStoreReceipt - Verifying a Receipt with the Apple App Store


In the app.psgi

    enable "AppStoreReceipt";

That's it.

By default, you can POST 'receipt_data' with a base64 encoded string to /receipts/validate

aka, curl -X POST http://localhost:5000/receipts/validate -d "receipt_data=$base64EncodedString"

Since it's disable a sandbox request by default, therefore to use the sandbox testing environment, please set allow_sandbox to true

    enable "AppStoreReceipt", allow_sandbox => 1;

Perhaps, you don't like /receipts/validate endpoint, though you are able to change the default route as well by either

    enable "AppStoreReceipt", route => { 'post' => '/appstore/verify' };
    (to use route, the format is 'route => { $method => $path }')
    enable "AppStoreReceipt", method => 'POST', path => '/appstore/verify';

And you can even change the default receipt_data parameter

    enable "AppStoreReceipt", receipt_data => '(name of receipt parameter here)';

If you have a shared secret for iTunes, you may set it as

    enable "AppStoreReceipt", shared_secret => '(shared secret bytes here)';

This middleware will make an asynchronous request (based on AnyEvent::HTTP), if psgi.nonblocking interface is true.


This middleware provides an endpoint for an iOS app to validate its reciept data. Therefore, this middleware ensures that your iOS app does not post the iap receipt to any fake Apple server.

It does post given receipt data to iTunes production first. If it is a sandbox receipt (told by iTunes production), it will be re-sended to iTunes sandbox again automatically.




This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.