Staying up to date with Recurly's client libraries

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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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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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Open Sourced: Starsky!

Introducing Starsky, an opinionated, high-level NodeJS module for building services with RabbitMQ. This post is full of nerdy stuff involving programming, message queues and why we decided to build our own RabbitMQ module. If you want to cut to the chase, go checkout out the project and get started now!

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Recurly .NET API Client v1.0.0 Released

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Today we are pleased to announce the general availability of our new .NET API Client Library! A complete rewrite of the previous client, it now brings full support of Recurly API v2 to the world of .NET, including:

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Why I spent an afternoon on a button

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Technology Programming UX

Recurly’s marketing website has several buttons on it. When we first developed the pages, we chose to give these buttons some depth in the form of thicker, hard edged box shadows that collapse when pressed.

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Pro Tip: Beyond Recurly.js

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Programming Integrations Best Practices

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.

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PHP Client Announcement

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Announcing the 2.2.2 release of our PHP client library. This bug fix release is fully compatible with all 2.2.x releases.

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Easily Integrate Subscription Billing on your Drupal Site with Recurly

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Drupal integration for Recurly's subscription billing platform delivers a compelling solution for membership-based sites

Welcome to our guest blogger series - this post is brought you by Lullabot, an interactive strategy, design, and development company.

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API v2 and Multi-Subscriptions

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Programming New Features

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Recurly.js: Simplified PCI Compliance, Fully Customizable Transaction Forms

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