All posts by Max Rice

WooCommerce Authorize.net AIM Enhancements

WooCommerce Authorize.net AIM version 3.8.0 was release this week, which adds a couple new features for merchants processing payments with Authorize.net, or via gateways that allow Authorize.net emulation, such as eProcessing Network. Here’s a quick overview of the couple major changes in this version. Authorize.net Emulator Update First, we released an update to the “SIM” module as a standalone plugin recently, which you can read about here. As such, we Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Authorize.net SIM extension release

We’re happy to announce the release of our WooCommerce Authorize.net SIM extension! This plugin provides a new, PCI-compliant payment method via Authorize.net. Customers are taken off-site to a hosted payment page to complete a transaction (similar to PayPal Standard). The plugin also supports eChecks, letting you securely process ACH transactions. The old “SIM”, a bundled AIM gateway Previously, a very old SIM / Authorize.net emulation protocol was bundled into our Keep Reading…

WooCommerce First Data 4.0

We’ve got several exciting updates coming to WooCommerce First Data to share with you, which should be available via your WooThemes dashboard by tomorrow 🙂 Version 4.0.0 refactors large parts of the plugin to make use of some common code we have for payment gateways, improving the performance and reliability of First Data, along with the addition of a new gateway mode. This also gives First Data some useful new Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Cost of Goods 2.0

WooCommerce Cost of Goods v2.0 was recently released. This update brings significant improvements to reporting and refund handling, as well as support for the REST API and other minor fixes. Let’s dive in! Updated and Enhanced Reports Profit reports now match core WooCommerce reports and have a refreshed design, along with quick access to various date periods. In addition, you can now export your chart data to CSV! The Profit Keep Reading…

Welcome, Fulvio & Dani!

We’re very happy to welcome a couple new team members today: hello to Fulvio Nostarstefano and Dani Madrid! We do a short trial period before offering full time positions at SkyVerge to make sure we’re a good fit for one another, and frequently have team members in our bootcamp period (indeed, we’ve got more great team members doing this as we speak!), and Fulvio and Dani have come out of Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Braintree version 3.0 Released

WooCommerce Braintree version 3.0 was released on Monday of this week! This is a completely rewrite of the plugin to take advantage of tons of new Braintree features, plus add support for some WooCommerce features that have been added since Braintree was originally written. Fixing A Lingering Issue When Braintree was first written, we made some decisions about how we treated tokenization. We made the assumption that if a customer Keep Reading…

Next Evolution of the WooCommerce iOS App

Just over a year ago, we shipped a product we’d partnered with WooThemes to build that we thought would be a great addition to the WooCommerce platform: the WooCommerce iOS app. Our goal was to build something that would let store owners keep a pulse on how their store was doing, and that this would evolve into a tool that would let WooCommerce shop owners manage some of their store Keep Reading…

Get a list of WooCommerce sale products

You can get lists of all simple products, variable products, or featured products easily with WooCommerce. It’s also easy to get things like “in-stock” products or “out of stock” products. However, getting a list of WooCommerce sale products can be a bit tougher because sale products use different meta keys to determine sale status depending on the product type. Let’s take a look at a couple of ways you can Keep Reading…

Welcome, Chase!

We want to give a SkyVerge welcome to Chase Wiseman, who has joined our team as a full-time WordPress Engineer! Chase helps us expand our fully remote team to 3 countries and 5 U.S. states. Chase is from Portland, Oregon (by way of Michigan), and has most recently been the lead developer for Simmer, a recipe publishing tool for WordPress. He’s been on board for a couple of weeks, and Keep Reading…

WooCommerce Authorize.net CIM 2.0 Released

WooCommerce Authorize.CIM 2.0 is here (finally)! We’re super excited to announce that we’ve released a large update to our WooCommerce Authorize.net CIM payment gateway 🙂 While development took far longer than we would’ve liked (initial estimate was 50 hours, the final tally was over 200 hours), we’re really pleased with the final product and we can’t wait for you to update and try it out! This update has undergone many Keep Reading…