Hello fellow subscription billing enthusiasts! It is my pleasure to share with you fantastic news of Recurly's API v3. The API is now available to everyone! Read on for a brief history of the API, its newest features, and links to our new Developer Portal and client libraries!Continue Reading
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At Recurly, Christmas is arriving early this year and the winds of change are in the air. Specifically, we are pleased to announce the imminent launch of Recurly API version 3, a next-generation API built upon Open API 3, and featuring JSON as the first class transfer format.Continue Reading
In March, we discussed how Recurly approaches the maintenance of our API, including changes, updates, performance improvements and other essentials that minimize friction and provide a top-notch development experience. API consumers who implement continuous API upgrades are afforded a variety of advantages, which our previous blog outlined and which we encourage you to review.Continue Reading
In today’s fast-moving world, software platforms are in a constant state of evolution, and their associated Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) must move along in lock step. Changes and updates often include the launch of new features, in addition to squashed bugs, performance improvements, and security enhancements. As such, it is essential for API providers and consumers to ensure they’re both following best practices related to API updates.Continue Reading
Application program interfaces—more commonly known as APIs—are increasingly important for building efficient business processes. This is because they allow developers to tailor systems to optimize business processes. They’re also a quantum leap from yesterday's enterprise software tools, which were built and delivered as-is and required endless customization to actually use effectively.Continue Reading
As noted in a previous blog post, there are different ways to get information out of Recurly, and each option has different pros and cons depending on the specific objective. Using the right tool for the task at hand ensures an efficient use of resources and an improved experience for both you and your customers.
For example, webhooks are a very effective means to obtain information. A webhook is an HTTP callback that occurs when something happens. It’s a simple, automated event-notification system. A web application that has implemented webhooks will POST a message to a designated URL to trigger additional events or notifications.
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.Continue Reading
Integrating critical systems is an effective way to extend the functionality of those systems, eliminate silos of data and improve data accuracy. Integrated systems also create efficiencies and provide a more complete view of processes and results, ultimately maximizing the value of IT investments.Continue Reading