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New Stripe release supporting PSD2 (SCA)

2 days 22 hours ago

We are pleased to release the new stripe extension version 6.0 just in time for the implementation of the new European PSD2 payments directive that enters into force on the 14th September.

The new release uses the Stripe Elements library which simplifies PCI compliance and allows SAQ-A certification for most sites. The extension now supports 3d secure and other client-side authentication/validation methods.

mattwire

iATS Payments: We have a Winner & an announcement!

3 days 5 hours ago

Thank you again to all who participated in our Summer Survey. We are currently reviewing the results and already have some exciting ideas that we hope to present to the community soon, so watch this space!

 

 We have a Winner

 

We would like to congratulate Larry Kuttner, IT Manager at Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, who is our lucky winner of a $500.00 donation to the non-profit organization of his choice.

Matt Dunne

New setting available in 5.17 should improve performance on most sites

4 days 1 hour ago

Credit goes to other people but I wanted to point out a new setting now available as of 5.17.0 that should speed up most sites. At worst it should have no effect. It's like that button on traffic light poles - you press it and sometimes it does nothing but sometimes the light changes faster. Either way you're no worse off, except they now have your fingerprints on file.

DaveD

Announcing New Release of CiviMobile 4.1

5 days 6 hours ago

As the CiviMobile version numbers continue to increment, the user experience of the mobile application improves with exponential growth. Members of NGOs and nonprofits are no longer office bound by a desktop CiviCRM application. What they have instead is a core CiviCRM functionality at their fingertips every time and everywhere. Our new release of CiviMobile 4.1 further refines the app introducing custom field functionality, among other updates.

What Is New

Custom Fields

skornien

Insert data from a CSV file into CiviCRM

1 week 3 days ago

This blog post explains how you could insert data from a CSV file into CiviCRM. We use Pentaho Data Integration to read the CSV file and to call a Form Processor in CiviCRM.

This blog post is an example and when you follow the steps described in this post you can run the same import as me.

Pentaho is a tool to extract and transform data.

The form processor is an extension to create end points for forms in CiviCRM. Those end points can then be called through the api.

Prerequisites:

jaapjansma

CiviCRM 5.17.0 release

1 week 4 days ago
CiviCRM version 5.17.0 is now out and ready to download.   RELEASE NOTES: Big thanks to Andrew Hunt and Alice Frumin from AGH Strategies for putting up together release notes for this version.  The release notes for 5.17.0 can be accessed here.  
dev-team

Stripe and SCA payments

1 week 4 days ago

With the September 14th deadline for SCA payments and Stripe increasingly reminding users about their PCI compliance many of you will be wondering what is happening with the new Stripe extension that was funded in record time through the CiviCRM Make it Happen programme.

The good news is that it is nearly ready!

 

mattwire

CiviCRM Training Boot Camp Special: September 16 - 20

1 week 5 days ago

Get in shape with CiviCRM! Cividesk is offering a one-week intensive training special the week of September 16th.

This means all five beginner level Fundamentals of CiviCRM classes (one per day) at a discounted rate. This is a great opportunity to quickly train new staff on contacts, membership, events, contributions and mass emailing in CiviCRM. 

Sign up for four or five classes during that week and receive 10% off the regular rate. 

cividesk

GSOC Final Evaluation

3 weeks 1 day ago

Complete GSOC Final Coding Period. Thanks to my mentor and whole CiviCRM community for their constant help throughout my GSOC period. This blog post documents the work I did for GSOC 2019 on the Data processor Extension for CiviCRM.

 

sarvesh21

Online Training: Custom Fields and Profiles on September 10th

3 weeks 3 days ago

Customize your installation of CiviCRM by creating custom fields and using profiles.

Learn how to gather, store and track in CiviCRM the details that are important for your non-profit. Our class focuses on best practices for creating custom fields and understanding the configuration options. You'll also learn how to create and edit profiles and the many different uses for them in CiviCRM. 

cividesk

Earn a $500 donation for your favourite cause while helping iATS better serve the CiviCRM Community!

3 weeks 6 days ago

 

The below post was recently included in the community newsletter, and we wanted to give more users a chance to participate. All entries are eligible to win a $500.00 donation to the non-profit organization of their choice. Entry will remain open until August 31st and we will announce the winner in the second week of September via the CiviCRM newsletter, LinkedIn & Facebook so stay tuned!

Matt Dunne

Australians and New Zealanders - come along to the Asia/Pacific CiviCRM on-line meet-up on 22nd August 2019

1 month ago
COME AND JOIN THE ASIA/PACIFIC CIVICRM MONTHLY ON-LINE MEET-UP ON 22nd August 2019, 2PM TO 3PM This is an open invitation for everyone in the Asia/Pacific region to join other Australians, New Zealanders etc. on-line to catch-up and discuss all things CiviCRM. If you are a CiviCRM user, developer or casual user with questions, then you are most welcome to join us.  
justinfreeman

CiviCRM Meetup em Lisboa?

1 month ago

Olá desde Lisboa! Sou o Josh e sou um membro da equipa principal do CiviCRM. Estou neste momento sediado em Lisboa e, após conversar com algumas organizações sem fins lucrativos, comecei a pensar organizar um encontro mensal em Portugal para dar a conhecer o CiviCRM e também para dar formação e apoio. Usas CiviCRM ou estás interessado em aprender? Vives em Lisboa?

josh
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