Perspectives from the experts at Chromatic
We are excited to announce the first official release of the Recurly module for Drupal 8 ([8.x-1.0](https://www.drupal.org/project/recurly)).
We're happy to announce the 7.x-3.0 release of the [Recurly module](https://www.drupal.org/project/recurly).
We are excited to announce that after a great deal of team effort, we have pushed a dev branch of the [Recurly module for Drupal 8](http://drupal.org/project/recurly) to Drupal.org.
We're happy to announce the [dev release of Recurly 7.x-2.x](https://www.drupal.org/project/recurly).
In our last post about Recurly, we gave you a primer on setting up the Recurly module in Drupal. However, if you need to thoroughly test your Recurly integration on a local environment, you’ll want to test the webhooks as well.
We're happy to announce the 7.x-1.2 release of the Recurly module.
If you’re working on a site that needs subscriptions, take a look at [Recurly](https://recurly.com/). Recurly’s biggest strength is its
simple handling of subscriptions, billing, invoices, and all that goes along with it. But how do you get that integrated into your Drupal site?
Over the past year or so, CHROMATIC has worked closely with <a href="http://www.applied-motion.com">Applied Motion Products</a>. Applied Motion manufactures and sells precision motion control products, and have been doing so since 1978.