Before you start your self-study of CCB Tutorials, be sure you read and complete the following:
- Read why CCBTutorials.com is just for you
- Setup CCB API user
- Read CCB’s API documentation (Without it, you won’t be able to pass go!)
- Install spreadsheet software (see below)
- Install text editor software (see below)
- Set up a web server environment for CCB API development (see below)
- Review CCB Tutorials’ list of API Tutorials
A simple checklist of the various softwares you’ll use during each tutorial is provided below.
Just a reminder: if you’re migrating to CCB, be sure that migration data from your previous service provider can be exported to Excel, SQL, MySQL or XML.
That said, let’s get started with software installation and setup.
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|Microsoft Excel||OpenOffice Calc||Mac Numbers|
Text Editor Installation
Personally, I use Sublime most of the time when scripting, coding and programming. However, I tend to use Notepad++ and Terminal (Mac) from time to time too.
Public web server and database development
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Local web server and database development
Use the links below if you plan on CCB API development using a desktop or laptop.