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SnapBill hailed as 5 star billing system

The friendly people at AppVita have given SnapBill a 5 out of 5 or “Wow” rating in a recent review.

Stephanie Miles, writer for AppVita, says:

“Whether you sell purses, peanuts, or pictures online, there’s a good chance you could streamline your web-based business by signing up for SnapBill.”

When comparing SnapBill to other online billing systems AppVita focuses on our ability to accept and reconcile payments from several different payment gateways:

“Unlike competing invoicing applications, SnapBill accepts payments from a number of different sources. Depending on the modules that you’ve enabled, you can accept payments via EFTs, debit orders, PayPal, credit card, check, or direct deposit… Business owners who want a hands-free system for billing and receiving payments from clients would be smart to check out SnapBill.”

If you would like to read more about what AppVita thinks of SnapBill check out the full article here.

Templating language overview

The entire SnapBill system is designed under the realization that one-size-fits-all simply does not apply to billing.

For that reason, we bring you the SnapBill Template System.

The rest of this post is a rather technical summary of the syntax behind it.

The syntax draws inspiration from Markdown, a little from the PHP programming language as well as a few ideas from the template system in my pre-Ubuntu favourite music player foobar2000.

I’ve tried to keep it as easy to read as possible, but in quite a few places I have chosen to put power and flexibility first.

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