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Important Upcoming Changes to Dates and Times in Event Espresso

This post is important news for any Event Espresso 4 user who has their WordPress website using a UTC offset for it’s timezone setting instead of a timezone string (e.g. city/region). If you have your website set to use a timezone string (e.g. a city/region) then you will not be affected by anything in this post. Check Your Date and Time Settings! – Log in to your WordPress website and navigate to: Settings > General > Timezone
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Are you a developer? You may be interested in our developer blog post that goes into more technical details: Upcoming Changes to the Datetime System

An update is coming that will fix some bugs we discovered related to users who set their WordPress Timezone to a Manual Offset from UTC.    We wanted to give some heads up on this update because it could impact the dates and times on your Event Espresso powered website.  Here’s a rough outline of this post for those of you who want to skim to the parts that impact you:

  1. Backstory – Outlines some basics around the Manual Offset from UTC setting for your website timezone and why it generally is a bad idea to have your site set to an offset as opposed to a city/region.
  2. Problems – The issues we discovered and fixed.
  3. What this means for  you – How the fixes will affect some websites.
  4. Recommendations – What we recommend to prepare for this change and deal with any potential impact you may experience on your website.

 

Backstory

Every WordPress website has the option to set what you want to use as the timezone setting.  In WordPress UTC offsets are an option for backward compatibility but are really a horrible option for user’s to use for a few reasons:

  1. Some UTC offset option are completely invalid. Meaning, there is actually no region in the world that uses that offset.
  2. UTC offsets do not automatically account for Daylight Savings Time (DST). This means if you use a UTC offset to represent the time where you live, and where you live observes Daylight Savings Time, then you’ll need to adjust your offset whenever Daylight Savings Time is in affect.  Whereas, if you pick a city/region (such as “America/Vancouver”) this is all taken care of for you automatically.
  3. If the region of the world you live in changes its timezone offset (it does happen, read about what happened in Cancun in 2015), then the offset you chose is now invalid and you’d have to remember manually to make the change. Whereas using a city/region for your timezone offset will again automatically adjust for any change when your host updates the server.

We have been warning users about using UTC offsets for a while, even going so far as to adding a warning if they create their first event using a UTC offset for their timezone. Despite this, many of our users continue to use UTC offsets and so we have tried to support this.

As a part of supporting UTC offsets, we’ve done the following things in Event Espresso:

  1. We converted all UTC offsets to the closest matching timezone string (city/region) for that offset within the internal timezone map supported by PHP.
  2. For invalid UTC offsets (where there was not match in the php timezone string db on the server), we converted it to the closest valid UTC offset and use the timezone string for that location.

This means, that for the most part, Event Espresso would work with timezone strings instead of UTC offsets and consistently apply that to all saved dates and times within our system and thus to correctly account for things like DST etc. for the majority of our users who have their website set to a UTC offset.

The problems

The problems we recently uncovered are:

  • Timezone maps can vary server to server and between php versions whereas an assumption was made that they remained pretty consistent.
  • There could be more than one match for a given offset because the timezone maps contain historical records and the first match could be for a timezone that is no longer exists today. For our conversions we were only using the timezone string for the first match and not checking if that match actually existed today.  We corrected this.

What this means for you

Most users do not experience trouble with how things were currently setup because for the most part, website owners set their timezone setting once and don’t change them. So even though Event Espresso would be converting UTC offsets incorrectly internally, the user wouldn’t notice anything because Event Espresso would converting it consistently. Where this becomes a problem however is:

  • When the website timezone is changed. Now the conversions from the saved offset might result in unexpected values because the original offset used to convert was actually incorrect.
  • In the future, when per event timezone settings are made available. Because then, the timezone conversions will be incorrect.

Once we became aware of the problem, we recognized it needed fixed because we don’t want anyone to run into this problem when they do change their timezone settings or when we release new features.

In the next update of EE4 (4.9.47.p) , we’re going to release an update that will correct the issues we uncovered. However, some affected users may not realize the times on their site are in the wrong time zone and when our code begins converting their UTC offset to a more correct timezone, it will appear to them (and to their website visitors) that those times have changed.  For example, instead of having an event start at 9am Pacific Time, it may appear to begin at 8am Mountain Time.  There’s no way for us to accurately predict what specific UTC offsets will be affected because of the variations in server environments so that means that some manual intervention will be needed to correct any discrepencies.

To that end, we will be releasing in the next release of Event Espresso a “Datetime Offset Fix” tool that will make it easy for you to add or subtract an offset to all your existing dates and times in the Event Espresso system at once.  This tool will be found on the Maintenance page section of your website and is a simple form for adding the offset you want to be applied to all dates and times found in Event Espresso.  Once you provide the offset and click submit it will automatically go through your database and apply the given offset to all your Event Espresso datetime fields.

Our support team will also be on hand to assist any of you with any issues you may encounter when this change is rolled out.

Recommendations

We strongly recommend that if you are using a UTC offset as the timezone setting for your website you change your site to use a city or region instead. We recommend doing that in the next release of Event Espresso which will include the Datetime Offset Fix tool so if needed after the change, you can use the utility tool to correct any issues you see with the time displayed.  How would it work?

  1. Let’s say before you make any changes, the start time on one of your events is 6pm.
  2. You go to Settings -> General in your WordPress admin and from there look for the Timezone option.  Then select from the dropdown the closest city/region to what timezone you want your website to be in.  Once that’s selected click the Save Changes button.
  3. Now check the start time on the event your observed earlier.  Is it still 6pm?  If so, then great! No further changed needed.  But let’s say after the change you observe it’s now showing 8pm.  In that case you want to go to Event Espresso -> Maintenance and then click on the Datetime Utilities tab.
  4. Since the current time you observed for your start date of your Event is 8pm and you want it to be 6pm, that means all your times need to have an offset of -2 applied to get them back to displaying the correct time.  So in that case you need to make sure the Offset field on this page displays -2.  You can either click the down arrow in the field or enter -2 manually.  Then click the Apply Offset button.
  5. Once you click the button the page will refresh and show you a progress bar along with what tables it is going through to adjust the offset.  The length of time this takes will depend on how many records you have in your database.  Once its done you will be returned to the Datetime Offset Tool page.  When that happens, go back to observe the start date for the event you are monitoring and you should now see the correct time.

 

If you decide you must keep the UTC offset setting for your website, then we recommend you wait until the release of the fixes and at that point you will be able to see whether you need to use the Datetime Offset Tool as described above to fix any discrepancies in your displayed times.

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Infusionsoft Payments Now Available in Event Espresso 4

We are pleased to announce that as of today, Event Espresso 4 + Infusionsoft customers can now integrate with any supported payment options (merchant accounts) provided by Infusionsoft. This new feature, which is now included in the Event Espresso 4 Infusionsoft Integration, (as of 2.1.6) provides an easy way to connect with any Infusionsoft supported merchant accounts.

 

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New Feature: Control How Long to Retain a Record of Processed Messages

Event Espresso is the best WordPress event registration and ticketing plugin available. We offer the most powerful features like a Messages Activity and Queue System that is not offered in any other event registration and ticketing plugin for WordPress. This powerful system makes sure your server is not over-burdened with sending lots of messages during busy event registration periods and allows you to view the status of messages, resend messages, and delete messages from the Message Activity list table. The Messages Queue system is just an example of our awesome features.

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Event Espresso 4.9 Beta Now Available

We are happy to announce a new beta version of Event Espresso is available in the pre-release channel. Event Espresso 4.9 is a major update that brings a new message queue system, new registration question types, and a 20-30% performance increase for page loads. These updates lower the time and resources it takes for your server to process registrations and lays the groundwork for highly requested features, such as automated reminder messages.

New Features in Event Espresso 4.9

Message Queue System

This new system tracks and prioritizes when messages are generated and when they are sent. When messages are triggered, they are no longer generated immediately and sent on the same request. Instead, they enter into a queue and all processing happens on separate requests. This makes your registration process faster, especially when processing more registrations at the same time.

All outgoing messages will still be delivered as expected. However, with the new message queue system, you can now track the status of all outgoing/sent messages, and resend previously sent messages.

Want to learn more? View the Message Queue System documentation here: https://eventespresso.com/wiki/message-queue-system/

Screenshots

Here are a few screenshots that help you see the improvements.

Message Activity tab
This tab allows you to see messages that have been sent, queued, failed, and more.

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Message Activity – Actions
The actions column gives you the option to: generate a message now, send messages immediately (if queued), resend messages, view transactions, and view failed messages, view messages and more.

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Message Activity – Legend
Easily view see recognize the status of message actions.

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New Registration Question Types

In Event Espresso 4.9 we’ve introduced several new question types, such as “Email”, “Integer”, “Decimal”, “URL”, “USA – Format Phone” and “Year”. These new fields add the ability to validate questions based on the type of the question. For instance, site admins can have questions that need to be validated as email addresses or URLs.

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Breakdown of New Field Types

  • “Decimal” only allows decimal numbers
  • “Email” only allows proper email addresses (or blank if its not required)
  • “Integer” only allows full numbers, no letters or special characters
  • “URL” only allows valid URLs (the server-side validation of this requires that those URLs actually work; but the client-side Javascript just checks their format is correct)
  • “USA – Format Phone” only allows 10-digit numbers (or blank if its not required)
  • “Whole Number” validates numbers such as 1, 23, 334, negative numbers such as -1, -23, and -334 will be invalid
  • “Year” creates a dropdown of available years

These new question types allow you to customize your online event registration forms even more and get the information from your attendees to make your event successful.

How To Get EE 4.9

Existing Customers

If you’re still reading, that means you’re probably excited to check it out. If you aren’t signed up already, you should sign up for the pre-release channel on your account page to get access to Event Espresso 4.9. If you have signed up for the pre-release channel, you will already have access and all you need to do is download it.

Developers

Event Espresso 4.9 is available to developers and non-customers in the Event Espresso Core GitHub repository under the core branch called ‘BETA-4.9-message-activity‘.

Reporting Issues

Existing Customers

Please report any issues related to Event Espresso 4.9 in the Pre-release section in our support forums, where you can post any questions, problems or bugs you find after downloading/installing EE 4.9.

Developers

Please create a new issue in the Github repository and be sure to prefix it with the text “EE 4.9”. That way our developers are aware the issue is related to Event Espresso 4.9.

 

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Introducing the Event Espresso Public Roadmap

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In our journey to empower business and organization leaders with the event registration, ticketing, and management tools that maximize the success of their events, we’ve learned that customer feedback and open communication are an important asset to the success of the Event Espresso plugin for WordPress.

However, up until recently, we haven’t had a very efficient way of tracking each request, allowing the community a place to vote on features, or tracking progress of the Event Espresso project. We felt we needed a public roadmap to help keep the community in the loop and to keep feature requests from getting lost.

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Using Trello as Our Public Roadmap

trello1Trello is an easy to use, real time, visual project management tool based on the Kanban system, which was developed in Toyota as a system to keep production levels high and maintain flexibility. It is best represented as a whiteboard filled with post-it notes. Each post-it represents different tasks involved in the project.

We felt a public Trello Board was a great place for us to engage with the community, get feedback, share our development, and keep you up-to-date on upcoming features & releases.

So last year we quietly launched our Event Espresso Public Roadmap on Trello to give our community a place to follow feature  planning and development. Since making the board public, we’ve already had quite a few votes and comments come through over the past few months, by way of mentioning the public roadmap in the support forums.

What to Expect

managing_expectationsWe hope this gives the Event Espresso community a bird’s eye view of features that are in the backlog and which are being completed in preparation for a major release. Going forward we plan to follow the roadmap as best we can and will continue to post requested features to the public roadmap for the community to vote on.

However, sponsored development is a service we offer to the community. If a community member sponsors a feature, then we agree to prioritize that feature ahead of some other things. A perfect example of this is when Event Espresso users want a new payment gateway, they can fund the initial development and we put that feature higher on the priority list and try to work on it asap.

Some very popular items, like recurring events, require development of underlying systems and features.

For example, core features such as Attendee Reassignment or wait lists, will need to be in place before we start work on the Recurring Events add-on (you wouldn’t want to have dozens of recurring events without an easy way to move attendees from one event to another would you?). Another example would be the Automated Email Reminders add-on, which will require the Messages Activity core feature (notice that’s a feature in and of itself).

Requesting a New Feature

If you have a new feature you want to see listed in the public roadmap, please create a new thread in our support forums and describe the feature as best you can. That way our support team can discuss the feature with you, and if appropriate, get it added to the roadmap.

Voting & Commenting

Event Espresso Public Roadmap VoteOnce your feature request is added to the roadmap, yourself and other community members will be able to vote and leave comments on the feature. Our support team will also forward any new requests for the feature to the roadmap.

We feel voting on features is especially useful to us, because it means we can list a bunch of features that we want to get done on the board, and then let the public vote up the features that they want the most. This allows us to take the community’s input for what they deem most important into our process for setting priorities.

Please feel free to vote on as many feature as you like.

Basic Overview of Trello

How it Works
Trello uses a system of boards, lists and cards. This creates a system that allows for individuals or teams to track a project and collaborate or contribute where they can be most useful or where it is most needed.

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Board
A board is typically a project or product that is under development or consistently being worked on.

List
A list is a way to divide a board into different categories. Typically a list represents a stage of progress (to do, in progress, finished).

Card
A card is the most basic and flexible part of the system. It represents a specific element of a project (A new feature, a software bug, research for a post). We can move cards between lists as they progress through the project.

Subscribe to Updates
There are three ways to subscribe for updates in Trello. You can subscribe to the entire Trello Board, individual lists, and/or individual cards.

  • Subscribing to the Trello Board – Click the “Show Menu” button in the top right corner (screenshot) of the Trello Board, then click the “…More” link, then click “Subscribe” (screenshot).
  • Subscribe to a List – In the top right corner of each list is a tiny down arrow. Click the arrow, then click the “Subscribe” link (screenshot).
  • Subscribe to a Card – Click to open an individual Trello card, then click the “Subscribe” button under the “Actions” heading (screenshot).

Current Status of EE4 Development

We’ve been focused on making core improvements over the last several months and are currently wrapping up development on EE 4.9, which includes a major refactor of the Event Espresso Messages System.

The messages system refactor introduces a few new features, such as a messages queue, batch message processing, a recording system for sent messages, and the ability to resend failed messages. After that we will start work on the Attendee Reassignment feature and the Automated Email Reminders add-on.

Get Updates When New Features Release

Be the first to know when we ship new features … signup for our newsletter here: https://eventespresso.com/newsletter/

Wrapping Up

We realize many of you use Event Espresso as the backbone of your business and we hope this roadmap will help give you an idea of where the project is going. Please let us know in the comment section below if you have any questions.

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REST API Now In EE4 Core

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It’s official, now that the WordPress REST API (WP-API) has been rolled into WordPress core, we’ve added our own REST API  into the Event Espresso 4 (EE4) core plugin.

Since we already have the READ endpoints available in a plugin version of the EE4 REST API, on January 4th, 2016 we released an update (version 4.8.29) with the READ REST API endpoints in EE4 core.

However, we still have more work to do to get the WRITE endpoints done. Once the WRITE endpoints are completed, developer’s will have the ability to directly interface with your event website using the REST API to make updates directly to the database, such as checking-in attendees, creating/updating events, tickets, and attendees.

What Is An API?

In layman’s terms, an API or Application Programming Interface is an agreed set of standardized ways that a particular piece of software can be used; the rules defined for its interaction with the wider world, which govern how other pieces of software can talk to a program and how it will respond.

A few good examples of APIs in action would be:

  1. Anytime an app uses Google Maps to display its location information.
  2. A mobile or desktop twitter client.
  3. A game/service that integrates Facebook features such as login, messaging, etc.

In these instances, and all others like them, the APIs “expose” certain internal functions of the primary applications (Google Maps, Twitter, etc) so that outside developers can use them in their own applications or websites. In these examples, app developers have been given the ability to tap into the powerful features (and/or content) of major web services so that they can build on top of them and/or integrate key content and features into their own products, in clearly defined ways. This allows open collaboration to walk hand in hand with security.

What Is A REST API?

REST or REpresentational State Transfer is an architectural style of building APIs; not a code language or description of its function. A REST API is designed to provide a lightweight form of communication (less bandwidth) between a producer (ex: Twitter) and a consumer (ex: Twitter client), making it a reliable solution for high volume web services like Facebook, Google Apps, Twitter, WordPress, and now Event Espresso.

In this case, you are the producer of content (event information and event data), and the applications you build can consume or use that data through the Event Espresso 4 REST API.

This Will Affect Everyone Who Works With Event Espresso

The EE4 REST API is a simple but powerful way to interact with Event Espresso. Even though the EE4 REST API is not readily visible to users, over time user’s will experience the benefits of more interactive Event Espresso websites. Once we roll out the WRITE endpoints Mobile, desktop and web applications can get data from Event Espresso and do anything you can do via the admin panel. It’s like the admin panel, minus the user interface (UI).

The availability of the EE4 REST API as a core feature also means less time spent by developers creating something similar, and more time spent creating features and custom applications.

How Will The EE4 REST API Be Used?

The Event Espresso 4 (EE4) REST API in Core is intended to allow client-side applications, and apps on different servers, to be able to interact with the WordPress Plugin Event Espresso. It is included in Event Espresso since version 4.8.29, and is built on the WP REST API included in WordPress since version 4.4.

The EE4 REST API can, and will be used in a multitude of different ways, such as:

  • Custom mobile apps
  • Custom admin interfaces
  • Integrating your events with other application platforms
  • Provide interoperability with many different programming languages
  • and much more!

By providing an agreed, standardized programmatic interface between Event Espresso and the outside world, Event Espresso opens itself up to every other application and development environment on earth.

Information for Developers

Now that the REST API is in Event Espresso 4 Core, you can start developing great integration’s for your customers. All you need to get started is review the documentation and start building something GREAT!

Also you should stay tuned to our developer-specific blog at developer.eventespresso.com so you’ll know about any important changes regarding backwards compatibility or other developments.

And if you do build something great with the EE4 REST API, consider listing it on our 3rd party addons page.

Reporting Issues

If you have an REST API feature request, or bug to report, please let us know on our github repo.

Building a WordPress Plugin? Use the EE4 Database Models Instead

If you are building a WordPress plugin that will use Event Espresso 4 data server-side (in the PHP code), generally you do not need to use the API, and can instead use Event Espresso 4’s database models, config, and other modules directly. Check out developer.eventespresso.com for tutorials on how to use many of these systems.

We hope you enjoy using the Event Espresso 4 modern REST API, let us know what you think.

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Now You Can Accept Payments with Braintree and PayPal Payflow Pro

Two new payment gateways are now available as add-ons for Event Espresso 4! Both will let you accept credit or debit card payments on your website.

Braintree

35222_paymentbraintreeBraintree is available to event admins / event organizers in many areas of the world including North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. It is an onsite payment gateway which means that your registrants/attendees will remain on your website during the payment process.

An SSL certificate is recommended with Braintree. Your website host will be able to provide you one for a fee and this will help ensure that sensitive payment information is kept secure.

Make $50K. Keep $50K.

Braintree has a promotion available for merchants (event organizers) in the European Union and the United States. They will pay your transaction fees for credit and debit card payments for the first $50K of payments.

Click here to learn more about Braintree for Event Espresso 4

Looking for the documentation for Braintree? You can find the documentation for Braintree here.

PayPal Payflow Pro

payflow-proPayPal Payflow Pro is available to event admins / event organizers in Canada, Australia, United States, and New Zealand. It is an onsite payment gateway which means that your registrants/attendees will remain on your website during the payment process.

An SSL certificate is recommended with PayPal Payflow Pro. Your website host will be able to provide you one for a fee and this will help ensure that sensitive payment information is kept secure.

Click here to learn more about PayPal Payflow Pro for Event Espresso 4

Looking for the documentation for PayPal Payflow Pro? You can find the documentation for PayPal Payflow Pro here.

Need some help with Event Espresso?

If you have an Everything support license for Event Espresso 4, then your account has been automatically updated and you’ll be able to find these new payment options in your account page. Are you considering upgrading from a personal support license or another support license? Contact us so we can help you make the switch to your new support license.

Both Braintree and PayPal Payflow Pro require an up to date version of Event Espresso 4. If you have not updated in some time, then now is a good time to backup your WordPress site and update. Additionally, Event Espresso is compatible with the newest version of WordPress at 4.4. Please check out our update guide for Event Espresso 4.

If you have a question or are not sure about updating, then please get in touch via our support forums so we can help you!

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Promotions & Discount Codes – add incentives $79.95 $39.98
Printable Tickets – offer paper or digital tickets $59.95 $29.98
Ticket Scanning – scan bar/qr codes to validate tickets $79.95 $39.98
Multiple Event Registration – more events, one checkout $99.95 $49.98
Calendar – display your schedule of events $29.95 $14.98
WP User Integration – connect WP profiles to reg forms $39.95 $19.98
MailChimp Integration – add attendees to your mailing lists $39.95 $19.98
People/Staff – organize and display staff by roles $49.95 $24.98
Social Sharing – make it easy to share your events $14.95 $7.48
Infusionsoft Integration – add attendees to your contacts $69.95 $34.98
Stripe Integration – use Stripe to process payments $59.95 $29.98
Sage Pay Integration – use Sage Pay to process payments $69.95 $34.98
Vanco Integration – use Vanco to process payments $69.95 $34.98
iDeal/Mollie Integration – use iDeal/Mollie to process payments $69.95 $34.98
Authorize.net SIM – use Authorize.net to process payments $69.95 $34.98
Table View Template – display your events in a table layout $29.95 $14.98
Grid Template – display your events in a grid layout $29.95 $14.98

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Product(s) Active Members New Members
Developer License (5 licenses) $549.95 $302.47 $549.95 $357.47
Business License (most add-ons) $249.95 $174.97 $249.95 $187.46
Personal License $99.95 $79.96 $99.95 $84.96
Event Espresso 3 Add-ons:
Ticketing – offer tickets to be scanned at the door $179.95 $89.98
Multiple Event Registration – more events, one checkout $49.95 $24.98
Recurring Events – schedule your events in the future $49.95 $24.98
Custom Files – override certain aspects of the plugin $39.95 $19.98
WP User Integration – connect WP profiles to reg forms $39.95 $19.98
MailChimp Integration – add attendees to your mailing lists $39.95 $19.98
Roles & Permissions Basic – manage staff roles $69.95 $34.98
Roles & Permissions Pro – manage staff geographies $119.95 $59.98
Infusionsoft Integration – add attendees to your contacts $69.95 $34.98
Custom Templates – exciting and interesting layouts $29.95 $14.98
Accordion Template – display events in a accordion layout $19.95 $9.98
Calendar Template – display events in a table layout $19.95 $9.98
Date Range Template – display events in a range layout $19.95 $9.98
Recurring Events Template – display events in a recurring layout $19.95 $9.98
Map Template – display events in a map layout $19.95 $9.98
Grid Template – display events in a grid layout $19.95 $9.98

 

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