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Quick people API realm update

Posted By: Nick Floyd on March 16, 2011

One of our consumers was nice enough to let us know about an “undocumented feature.”  Normally with bug fixes and small enhancements we’d just deliver the changes and let the docs tell the story, however, this change is around a more sensitive area and wanted to make sure that everyone knew about it.

The change is to Creates and Updates of the people resource on status/comment.

Prior to the change if you either

[POST] https://churchcode.fellowshiponeapi.com/v1/people + a payload with a value for status/comment

or

[PUT] https://churchcode.fellowshiponeapi.com/v1/people/[id] + a payload with a value for status/comment

The value for the “comment” node would not “create” or “update.”

This has been fixed to now do what you might expect it to do in your sand box environment and we are planning on pushing the change to production tomorrow. If you have a chance please go check it out and let…

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Introducing the new REST API giving realm

Posted By: Nick Floyd on March 8, 2011

The dev team has been working hard to bring you the next step in the Fellowship One REST API stack - the Giving Realm! We’ve opened up all sorts of resources to help you bring giving into your church.  From accounts to sub funds - all the resources you’ve been asking for served up on a RESTful plate.

Realms

You might also notice that we are using a new term to classify our API resource sets: REALMS. Realms are how we will be classifying groups of functionality exposed through the APIs and will help you manage your consumption through segmentation.  The realms will provide churches with the ability to allow or restrict what data consumer applications use and they will enable developers of consumer applications a platform to request specific application keys for specific functions a al carte or application keys that cover the entire stack. For instance, when…

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