This is a big day for digital creators. Easy Digital Downloads version 3.0 is here! Make better decisions faster with redesigned reporting tools and more!
- President of Easy Digital Downloads, leading WordPress eCommerce plugin used by over 50,000 online stores.
- Started using WordPress in 2005 and has over 18 years of WordPress development experience.
- Northern Michigan University Graduate with a degree in Computer Science and Electronic Imaging.
- WordPress Core Contributing Developer and WordCamp speaker.
Chris graduated from Northern Michigan University and worked as a software engineer at the web hosting giant, GoDaddy. After GoDaddy, Chris became the Director of Technology at Easy Digital Downloads and progressed into becoming the President and lead developer of Easy Digital Downloads.
Chris is also a well-known core contributor to the WordPress open source project. Over the years, Chris has been a featured speaker at WordCamp Phoenix, and he also runs the local WordPress meetup in Phoenix area.
Releasing new versions of your software can be nerve wrecking. Doubly so when the update contains new features or a large number of changes for your users. Of course, you always strive to release successful updates, and to help improve your release cycle process, you can use a system called Staged Rollouts. What is a
Experience higher conversation rates and more reliable payments with the PayPal Commerce integration for Easy Digital Downloads.
Today, we’re announcing the beta of our initial wave of support for the Strong Customer Authentication (or SCA for short). This initial beta consists of support for the Stripe payment gateway. Update: Stripe Gateway 2.7 and Recurring Payments 2.9 are officially released, offering SCA Support for Stripe payments. I’m pleased to let you know that
Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) is coming into effect in the near future. In this article we look at what it is, why it’s important, how it affects your EDD-powered store, and what updates we’re making.
The Easy Digital Downloads team has made a commitment to improving the performance of our platform by introducing custom database tables for relevant data over the past year. For the last few months, we’ve been slowly rolling out the latest version of Software Licensing to store owners.
Since this is such a major change, we wanted to phase in this release in order to work out as many issues as we could before making it generally available, and today is that day. Here are the big changes you can expect to see in Software Licensing 3.6.5.