Please note that these examples are not meant to be set onto a web server and forgotten. They are intended to act as a suggestion, wherein your custom needs may fill in any implementaiton gaps.
Payment form examples
API usage examples
Configuring the examples
Each API example will pull configuration values from environment variables. You may set them to quickly configure the example to connect to your Recurly site.
|RECURLY_SUBDOMAIN||The subdomain of your recurly site|
|RECURLY_API_KEY||Your private API key|
|RECURLY_PUBLIC_KEY||Your public API key|
|SUCCESS_URL||A URL to redirect to when an action suceeds|
|ERROR_URL||A URL to redirect to when an error occurs|
How to run
Each example can be run either locally or through Docker, allowing you to easily experiment with modifications and get running quickly.
You should adjust the code to fit your specific redirection and error handling needs, but the example applications are designed to perform essential API functions on first boot.
Note: These examples are purely for demonstration purposes and we do not recommend using them as the foundation of a production system.
Each example includes a Dockerfile and a docker-compose.yml file to allow them to be run through Docker.
To run any of the examples through Docker, clone this repository, update the
docker.env file at the root of level of the project with values corresponding to your Recurly site, and run
docker-compose up inside the directory of any of the examples.
To run locally, simply clone this repository, read through the simple application code to familiarize yourself, and follow the startup instructions in one of the API token usage examples above.
Deploy Immediately to Cloud Services
This repository can be deployed immediately to Heroku or Google Cloud using the included Ruby example. If you choose to do this, feel free to delete the other language backends from your clone.
Looking for React?
If you plan to use React on your frontend, check out our react-recurly library.
We maintain an example integration of
react-recurly in the documentation for that library. Be sure
to read through the documentation as you explore the examples.