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Notice: Discontinuation of TLS 1.0

February 17, 2016

On March 26th, 2016, NeonCRM’s API will be will be removing protocol support for TLS v1.0. This upgrade may affect your ability to connect to NeonCRM’s API. Any API integrations you have built will need to be compatible with TLS versions 1.1 or 1.2. These changes are technical and we advise you to consult with…

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New API Method – Retrieve Event Attendees

December 10, 2015

A long-awaited expansion to our Event API has arrived. On Saturday, December 12 a new method will become available: Retrieve Event Attendees. This allows you to retrieve a list of attendees for a single event, including attendee standard fields, attendee custom fields, and a couple of registrant fields. Head over to the documentation for more…

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API to Production Status

July 6, 2015

We are pleased to announce that the NeonCRM API is finally transitioning from beta to production-level status. This change will take effect as part of our July feature release on Saturday, July 11th. As a member of NeonCRM’s API development community, you might be wondering what this means for the future of your API-based application.…

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Notice of change to RSS feed structure

March 26, 2015

In order to ensure NeonCRM’s RSS feeds remain in compliance with standards, we will be modifying the structure of our feeds. This change is being applied in order to address certain problems that were reported by customers using our RSS feeds with web-based RSS readers. Changes The following modifications will take effect on April 18,…

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Important Change Notice for NeonCRM API – Search Methods

December 31, 2014

As part of a major structural overhaul to NeonCRM’s core reporting system, we will be changing the names of a significant number of reporting columns and criteria. These changes will likely require modifications to your application’s code. This change necessarily affects the following API methods: listAccounts listDonations listEvents listMemberships We have written a complete description…

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December 3, 2014

We now have a development roadmap page that discusses upcoming enhancements to the NeonCRM API. Check out our roadmap here: http://help.neoncrm.com/roadmap

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New Plugin for WordPress

October 17, 2014

We have just made our initial release of a new widget plugin for WordPress! This plugin retrieves a list of upcoming events from a NeonCRM system and displays them in a widget. It features a simple user interface, supports multiple instances of the widget, and uses WordPress’s caching for fast performance. Check it out here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/neoncrm-events-widget/

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New API Features – September 2014

September 23, 2014

As part of our core feature release this month, we have included some new capabilities for existing API methods. Trigger system emails for transactions You can now automatically trigger system emails when you create new records through the API. This works on the following API methods: createIndividualAccount createOrganizationAccount createDonation addMembershipToAccount checkout Implementation is simple; just…

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New API Features – April 2014

April 14, 2014

We’re excited to announce the release of some new updates to the API. The following features will be made available on Monday, April 21: New Methods We have added the following new methods: syncAccounts Query the server to find accounts that have been recently updated. listAccountsBySearchCriteria This is a simplified and faster version of listAccounts.…

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API Available for Production Environment

August 19, 2013

For the past few months, API access has been limited to sandbox environments. After testing for several months, we have gained a lot of useful feedback from our user community. This feedback has been very helpful in allowing us to fine-tune our API. We have fixed many bugs, improved performance and reliability, and expanded the…

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