Tutorials

Displaying Individual Calendar Listings

Four score and seven years ago… ok, maybe not that long ago. 🙂

Maybe it was a year or two ago that I published how to retrieve and customize a public web calendar for your church using CCB’s API.

As with most of CCB, some of the native functionality leaves a church desiring more in the area of visual appeal.

So just as we did with the public web calendar tutorial, today’s tutorial will tackle how to retrieve and customize calendar listings for individuals. Read This Tutorial

How to Retrieve Position List and List of Position Holders

Today I’m back with yet another tutorial using Church Community Builder’s Public Web API Tool.

This week’s tutorial will focus on how to retrieve position list and a list of position holders for the respective position list.Read This Tutorial

Who’s Available to Serve When and Where?

Have you ever wondered on a week-to-week basis who’s available to serve, when and where they’re available to serve?

Today’s tutorial aims to help you answer the question using CCB’s API service individual_availability.

However, today’s tutorial will not get into the technical weeds of the how. Read This Tutorial

How to use API Online Giving Service to Track Single Gifts

Have you ever wanted to insert SINGLE online giving gifts into Church Community Builder (CCB) but not process payments?

Let’s say your church hosts a conference or event that doesn’t utilize CCB’s registration, event management and payment processing capabilities.

However, you want to track the online giving gifts associated with conference or event within CCB.

Today’s tutorial shares exactly how to successfully do just that. Read This Tutorial

How to Parse XML using Javascript and jQuery

It’s another week and opportunity to complete yet another tutorial showing you how to easily simplify using CCB’s API to access, modify and integrated your church’s data.

Last week, our tutorial focused on how to use PHP to parse an XML file created by a REST client using the CCB API.

This week, we’ll continue to using the same XML file, but instead of using PHP as did the previous tutorial, this week’s tutorial uses Javascript and jQuery to parse the XML file.

I’m not going to bore you with too many details in this tutorial, but do feel free to read the previous tutorial. In short, it’s the same tutorial as last week but using different programming language and a framework: Javascript and jQuery.Read This Tutorial