There are a few ways for you, your team, and your customers to interact with Rebilly, which we’ll cover in this article.
You, your team, and your website can interact with Rebilly using the Rebilly Application, Webhooks, or through our API.
You can then collect your customer information via the Rebilly-hosted checkout pages or through self-hosted checkout pages.
The web application is the main Rebilly interface. When you log in, you and your team will be able to:
- Configure your billing settings
- Create products and plans
- Create customer information
- And so much more!
It’s the fastest, simplest way to start billing your customers. To get started, create a free account here, then head to your settings to connect your first payment gateway and fill in the rest of your information. (Already have an account? Log in here.) Don’t forget to invite your team members to contribute and control their level of access.
TIP: If needed, you can make the switch to an API integration later.
Our RESTful API is built on HTTP and it allows Rebilly to communicate with your system. If you have developers on your team, it’s great for them. The API will give you full control over how Rebilly functions for your business.
To learn more, take a look at the our API documentation.
Use the webhooks to get notified in real time of events that happen inside your Rebilly account such as a new transaction, a new subscription, a new invoice, and more. Webhooks have enormous potential and are limited only by your imagination! (No, they can't wash the dishes. Yet.)
Rebilly-Hosted Checkout Pages
Rebilly's hosted checkout pages allow your customers to pay for your services and/or products. These are pages that you create in Rebilly, publish in Rebilly, and are hosted by Rebilly. There's no need to create a checkout page in your own website and hook into Rebilly because it's already done for you.
All you need is to customize your organization’s information and logo to appear on the invoice. They are fully PCI compliant and require no development effort whatsoever.
Tip: If you want full control over the checkout page, you can also create it and host it on your own website, then use the API integration to connect to Rebilly.