Recurly now supports a React interface for Recurly.js. React has enabled teams to build dynamic UIs quickly and effectively, and has proven itself time and time again in demanding systems. We are excited to provide official support for React, enabling you to fit it into your customer experiences seamlessly. With Recurly.js and react-recurly, you’ll now be able to create secure payment fields with declarative expressions and apply configurations, styles, and event handlers to them using common React patterns. If you aren’t using React in your application, you can use Recurly Elements instead. Take a look at our recent blog post to learn more.Continue Reading
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One of the key benefits of Recurly is the ability to collect and tokenize a subscriber’s payment information. Hosted Fields, included with Recurly.js, have historically been the primary mechanisms used to accomplish this as they provide a secure way to capture payment information without ever exposing it to our customers’ systems, thus greatly reducing their PCI compliance burden.Continue Reading
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
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
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.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