We’re back with another Church Community Builder (CCB) tutorial to further your CCB API knowledge and usage one step further.
This week, we’ll review the previous tutorial that focused on how to retrieve a full list of process managers and their total number of processes managed (see image below).
You’ll have to read the previous tutorial if you’re reading this for the first time. I won’t cover any of the previous details or step-by-step setup.
Our aim today is set upon listing each process manager, and listing each of their respective processes by name.
So, our finished product will look similar to the picture above, yet it’ll show each process name in a bulleted list below each person’s name. Let’s get started.Read This Tutorial
Today’s tutorial is a bit simple in nature and geared towards processes, process managers to be exact.
This week, I’ll share with you how to use the CCB API process_managers service to retrieve a full list of process managers and the total number of processes managed.
I won’t dive into the details of displaying each process managed by their respective process manager. You’ll have to wait until next week’s tutorial or the following week.
Or perhaps, you’ll get a bit curious and courageous to figure how out how to display each process managed by their respective process manager. It’s really nothing to it, but to do it.
Speaking of doing and getting things done, let’s get started with today’s tutorial. 😉Read This Tutorial
Welcome back to another CCB Tutorial.
This week’s tutorial is focused on answering basic questions about a resource listed in CCB.
Although CCB provides native capabilities for managing resources, today’s tutorial will focus on if you wanted to provide your own interface for listing resources.
From personnel types to sound systems to rooms and much more, there can be quite a few things to track and keep up with when managing resources in their entirety.
Today’s tutorial won’t necessarily go deep in terms of the use, but I’ll share with you how to access resource information via the CCB API.Read This Tutorial
Welcome back to this week’s tutorial where we’ll cover the last families modified report.
If you’re a growing church with a large number of families joining the fold, then this is likely the tutorial you’ll want to implement.
Today’s tutorial will allow you to create a ongoing report that tracks families modified over the last 7 days.
This is a great internal report to help gauge and understand CCB usage at the family level.
This tutorial is not detailed, nor do we cover ALL there is you could do with this point.
I simply want to intro you to a few CCB API services built around gathering family detail.
You’ll likely be able to make the connection with all the many ways to use both services to enhance operations and processes using CCB.
Let’s get started!Read This Tutorial
Welcome back and I hope you’re ready to extend your CCB tutorial knowledge.
Today’s tutorial focuses on leverage CCB’s form_list API service.
There comes a point in time when your church is likely needing to access a list of forms via another system external to CCB.
If you’re church contains most everything within CCB, then you’ll likely not find this tutorial that beneficial.
However, if your church makes use of 3rd party tools and technologies for event resource management beyond CCB capabilities, then this tutorial is for you.
Let’s get started with retrieving a list of forms.Read This Tutorial