We know that integrations are important, so in the last of our three product update posts, we’re providing an update on the key integrations we’ve recently released and what we have on the horizon.Continue Reading
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It’s never too early to begin planning for the busiest holiday shopping season of the year! More important than ever, you need to ensure that your online retail website offers the best experience possible for your customers. Providing your customers with a trusted and convenient payment option is essential to that experience. Adding our new Pay with Amazon option to your checkout flow can reduce customer friction and increase confidence.Continue Reading
We’re excited to announce a new version of the Recurly Salesforce connector! As we’ve added features and functionality to the Recurly application, we’ve realized along the way that these additions needed to be ported to our salesforce integration as well. As of today, you can now access: VAT/Tax Breakout, Invoicing information, invoice line items, and have more granular control into the total and subtotal fields on an invoice.Continue Reading
When creating a subscription, Recurly will default to starting that subscription immediately. Sometimes you want to have the option to give a particular customer a different trial length, a future start date, or charge them a prorated fee for the remainder of the period and have them renew on a certain date (ex. all renewals are on the first of the month). Recurly.js has you covered for all three of those scenarios.Continue Reading
By default, when a new subscription is submitted through the Recurly.js buildSubscriptionForm, the e-mail address will be used as the account_code for the newly created account. Many merchants would prefer to use their own account_code, perhaps matching their own internal code for that customer. That way when using the API or processing push notifications, there is an easy way to reference the account_code with their own internal code.Continue Reading
Recurly.js was created to provide secure, PCI compliant transaction forms that are easily embedded into your application. Although these forms were meant to handle common subscription, billing information, one-time transaction scenarios, they are sometimes not enough to cover everyone's workflow.Continue Reading