Author Archive: Chris Bunting

Why Recurly Includes Ruby on Rails in Our Development Framework

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developers

Although the Ruby on Rails framework has been around since the mid 2000’s, it’s never ceased to evolve, develop, and mature. Recurly’s use of this technology is no different. Since 2010 and Rails 2.3.2 we've made great use of David Heinemeier Hansson's baby by putting it through its paces.

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New Recurly API Includes Many Useful Improvements

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New Features API

A new version of Recurly’s API has been released! Version 2.5 comes with many improvements such as new endpoints, new request attributes, and new response attributes as well. Let’s dive in and take a look at what’s changed!

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Using the Right Tools for the Right Job: A Data Extraction Story

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API Webhooks exports

Just as a carpenter would certainly choose a hammer to drive a nail, not the blunt end of a screwdriver, so too should a merchant use the correct tool to extract data from Recurly.

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Bay Area Billing and Payment Engineers Meetup, Feb. 24th.

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Billing Event Payments

Attention all billing and payment engineers and enthusiasts!

Recurly will be hosting the February meeting of the Bay Area Billing and Payment Engineers Meetup Group, and we’d like to extend an invitation to anyone interested in attending. Membership in Meetup or this group is not required. More information about this group is available here.

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Staying up to date with Recurly's client libraries

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Technology Programming

If you're using one of Recurly's client libraries to interface with our API, you're probably concerned with keeping up to date with the latest and greatest functionality Recurly has to offer. Currently, Recurly supports clients for PHP, Ruby, Python, and .Net, all of which are hosted on GitHub . Let's take a few minutes to learn why it's important to watch these libraries, how to watch them, and how to better interact with them.
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Recurly.js -- The easy way

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Support Technology Programming

So you want to implement the latest and greatest in recurring billing functionality and ease into your app, but you're not sure where to start. Today we're going to create a quick and easy implementation using Recurly.js and our API! We'll create an account with billing info, and a subscription, for some recurring billing goodness. We love Recurly.js and are sure you will too, knowing that it will:

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