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Out of box solution for subscription-based content platform?

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I've been developing in rails for a bit, and technically could integrate braintree or a similar payment processor with a rails app that also handles registration and has separate membership / roles attributes...
But hopefully there's an already built in solution to just test a minimal viable product?
Features needed:
1) Connect with Amazon web services to handle storage / streaming of files.
2) User registration with recurring subscription and self-subscribe / management
3) Paygate functionality that controls access to certain pages / content and has easy freemium tier management / settings.

Does anything out there exist - free or paid - that can do the basics of what I want? I'm looking for something similar to what wordpress has with s2member.

posted Aug 7, 2013 by Majula Joshi

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Have you seen the Rails Composer project, and the sample sites built with it http://railsapps.github.io ? There's a recurring payment system version in there, ready to go.

answer Aug 7, 2013 by Satish Mishra
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