Rocket Invoice Version 2.0 Update
May 12, 2014 — The current version of Rocket Invoice is not actively updated, however the next version is in development. It's a ground-up rewrite of the original version to support the latest techniques in PHP development. The new version will require PHP 5.4 or newer (PHP 5.2 will no longer be supported). My goal is to make invoicing incredibly simple... to do this I had to rethink invoicing. Version 2.0 approaches invoicing in a no-fuss, fun, and simplified manner.

Finally, invoicing that's out of your way and lets to get back to what you love to do.

It's a refreshing approach to invoicing. You are going to love it.

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Invoice Templates

by Cory on January 23rd, 2011

In the words of a new Rocket Invoice customer, “invoice customization is a strong point; being able to load a specific template will allow everyone to be happy” because customers will be able to change colors, add images and rearrange invoice layouts to fit their company’s needs.

To create a new template, download the sample ZIP. Upload it to the Rocket Invoice directory (same level as includes and plugins). Templates should be placed within a folder inside the branding/templates/statements directory.

Pro-tip: If you’d like to override the default templates, create a folder called “default” inside of the statement templates directory.

The following files are used:

config.php — Contains the template’s name
print.php — If present, replaces the default statement PDF template
view.php — If present, replaces the default statement template when viewed in a web browser

To take advantage of statement templates, update your Rocket Invoice installation by clicking the Check for Updates link at the top of your installation.

What's new in Rocket Invoice? Compound taxes, user interface updates and new payment gateways