Hey Techies! A follow-up to our previous release of the Veracross Python Library, the library has now been upgraded to include CREATE, UPDATE and DELETE calls. This brings the library to cover all the operations that VC API supports viz, create, update, delete, list and read. Here is the list of updated features: Can make Read, List, Create, Update, Delete calls The access token is automatically retrieved in-call Pagination is built-in, no separate coding is required Rate Limiting is built-in Here is the link to the GitHub Repository. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. Happy
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We have published this repository for anyone who wishes to build using VC API v3 and Python. The code is flexible enough and can adapt to all Read and List calls. We have deliberately kept the terminology along the lines VC uses: Read and List. Highlights: Can make Read/List calls (patch/put/create will come later) The access token is automatically retrieved in-call Pagination is built-in, no separate coding is required Rate Limiting is built-in Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions. Happy Coding!
Creating a Settings page and adding it to the list is actually quite easy once you get hold of it. The slides below will help you understand how this is done. This post was originally published on PowerschoolResources.com
At AES, we transitioned our Elementary School from Veracross to PowerSchool this year while our Middle School was transitioned a year before. One of the important milestone in this transition was semester-end report cards. Our previous report cards were based on Crystal Reports templates. As we migrated to PowerSchool and in the process adopted standards-based grading, a new solution was required. This post is my attempt to broadly outline the process and the lessons we learned in this project. The Requirements We were lucky to receive a basic design prototype which gave us the direction to build the report cards. When you begin