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
For some time now, Recurly has supported Subscription Pricing, a feature of Recurly.js designed to make it quick and easy for our merchants to display detailed subscription pricing information to their subscribers. This feature provides the ability to include any of your subscription plans, as well as a coupon code, add-ons, a gift card, etc.Continue Reading