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
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
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.
Welcome back to today’s tutorial where we’ll pick up from where we left off at learning to use a REST client to access CCB data via the CCB API.
Before tackling today’s tutorial, I suggest you wisely review last week’s tutorial: How to Retrieve Data using CCB API and Rest Client.
Today’s tutorial’s builds on the previous tutorial by learning to parse the save XML file.Read This Tutorial
I’m back with another tutorial for your today.
In fact, today’s tutorial is in a NEW and different format. That’s right! I’m changing up things a bit with today’s tutorial by introducing video tutorials.
I’ve received a few emails here and there since starting CCBTutorials.com, asking if I would ever consider video tutorials of how to use CCB’s API.
Well, the day has come, and the first video tutorial out of the chute is how to retrieve data using CCB’s API and a REST client. Read This Tutorial