Our software developers have been even busier than usual, working to bring SignUp customers a new application programming interface or API. You can learn a little more about APIs in general here, but what having a SignUp API means is, provided your library has access to a Web developer or has one on staff, that person will be able to customize SignUp like never before.
Todd Feece, Evanced Manager of QA and Support, explained, “It’s all code. We’re pulling back the curtain and letting them have access to it. So, basically, what we’re doing is revealing these connection points to them, and then they’re going to use our data and code to do whatever they want. Of course, for data security, they’ll have a token or key to get through the door to get this stuff.”
A skilled Web developer could use the SignUp API to create highly customized interfaces and feeds. “They could customize their own builds off of our back end. And it’s not just a simple ‘here are the events’ list. It’s much more in-depth than that. They could create custom registration interfaces, staff-side interfaces. The possibilities are endless, if they know what they’re doing,” he added.
New Training Sessions
We still have our online product bootcamps, “Super Admin” training sessions, and migration and individual product Q&As, but we’ve recently added some extra training sessions to the mix.
For customers with new Wandoo Reader test sites, we now offer specific Wandoo Reader Q&A sessions, where we answer questions about program setup and operation.
View our training calendar to see available training types, dates, and registration details.
See Us at ALA
Planning to attend ALA this month? We hope you’ll stop by the Evanced booth (#3201) to talk to us about brain fitness and providing your patrons special library access to BrainHQ. We’ll even sign you up for a free trial!