'use strict';
/** @module braintree-web/venmo */

var analytics = require('../lib/analytics');
var basicComponentVerification = require('../lib/basic-component-verification');
var errors = require('./shared/errors');
var wrapPromise = require('@braintree/wrap-promise');
var BraintreeError = require('../lib/braintree-error');
var Venmo = require('./venmo');
var Promise = require('../lib/promise');
var supportsVenmo = require('./shared/supports-venmo');
var VERSION = process.env.npm_package_version;

 * @static
 * @function create
 * @param {object} options Creation options:
 * @param {Client} options.client A {@link Client} instance.
 * @param {boolean} [options.allowNewBrowserTab=true] This should be set to false if your payment flow requires returning to the same tab, e.g. single page applications. Doing so causes {@link Venmo#isBrowserSupported|isBrowserSupported} to return true only for mobile web browsers that support returning from the Venmo app to the same tab.
 * @param {string} [options.profileId] The Venmo profile ID to be used during payment authorization. Customers will see the business name and logo associated with this Venmo profile, and it will show up in the Venmo app as a "Connected Merchant". Venmo profile IDs can be found in the Braintree Control Panel. Omitting this value will use the default Venmo profile.
 * @param {callback} [callback] The second argument, `data`, is the {@link Venmo} instance. If no callback is provided, `create` returns a promise that resolves with the {@link Venmo} instance.
 * @example
 * braintree.venmo.create({
 *   client: clientInstance
 * }).then(function (venmoInstance) {
 *   // venmoInstance is ready to be used.
 * }).catch(function (createErr) {
 *   console.error('Error creating Venmo instance', createErr);
 * });
 * @returns {Promise|void} Returns the Venmo instance.
function create(options) {
  return basicComponentVerification.verify({
    name: 'Venmo',
    client: options.client
  }).then(function () {
    var instance;
    var configuration = options.client.getConfiguration();

    if (!configuration.gatewayConfiguration.payWithVenmo) {
      return Promise.reject(new BraintreeError(errors.VENMO_NOT_ENABLED));

    instance = new Venmo(options);

    analytics.sendEvent(options.client, 'venmo.initialized');

    return instance._initialize();

 * @static
 * @function isBrowserSupported
 * @param {object} [options] browser support options:
 * @param {boolean} [options.allowNewBrowserTab=true] This should be set to false if your payment flow requires returning to the same tab, e.g. single page applications.
 * @example
 * if (braintree.venmo.isBrowserSupported()) {
 *   // set up Venmo
 * }
 * @example <caption>Explicitly require browser support returning to the same tab</caption>
 * if (braintree.venmo.isBrowserSupported({
 *   allowNewBrowserTab: false
 * })) {
 *   // set up Venmo
 * }
 * @returns {boolean} Whether or not the browser supports Venmo.
function isBrowserSupported(options) {
  return supportsVenmo.isBrowserSupported(options);

module.exports = {
  create: wrapPromise(create),
  isBrowserSupported: isBrowserSupported,
   * @description The current version of the SDK, i.e. `{@pkg version}`.
   * @type {string}