Integrating Payments With Your Existing Tech Stack

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With all the applications involved in the daily crusade of running a business, the thought of onboarding another platform probably isn’t so appealing. If that’s the case, take a minute to consider what it might look like to replace the hodgepodge of disconnected systems and spreadsheets you use today with a simple, integrated, consolidated solution. 

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Building for Mobile? Let Recurly Get You There

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For those of you not living under your rotary phone (pics please!), you have probably noticed that more and more consumers are now conducting more transactions directly from their mobile devices. In fact, the latest data from Adyen notes that mobile now accounts for 28.7% of all online payments.  Another report from MEF found that 66% of mobile media users conducted some form of mobile transaction.

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Enrich Your Integration Experience with Our New Developer Documentation

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Integrating with Recurly’s API just became even easier thanks to our updated Developer Documentation at Recurly's developer hub. Processing $1 billion in transactions each month for our customers is predicated on our merchant’s ability to integrate seamlessly with Recurly’s powerful subscription billing tools. To this end, we have refreshed our documentation, enhanced our design, and added several new features that should enrich your integration experience.

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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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Updated Salesforce Connector = Better Control

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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.

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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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Angular formFor: simplify creation and validation of HTML forms

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Angular is great. It's a powerful framework and it enables you to do a lot of very cool things with a reasonably elegant syntax. There are a few exceptions though and in my opinion form validation is among them.

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Building SVG Animations

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Technology UX Design

Recently, Recurly revamped our features pages and with that redesign introduced a series of small animations to add a level of delight to the pages. The majority of the animations use CSS to power them, but a couple use JavaScript. All of them have a trigger powered by JavaScript so that they don't loop and only play when in the user's viewport. There have been several questions about one in particular on the Recover Lost Revenue section, so we felt we would explain how it was built.

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Design workflow improvements with Sketch: Part 1 - Symbols

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Technology UX Best Practices Design

Prior to the release of Sketch 3, my workflow consisted of working within Photoshop, Sketch 2, and within the browser. Needless to say, it was a bit of controlled recklessness.

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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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