Dec 232010

Hello everyone,
I’ve been saying that I was going to post this for a long time, ever since my presentation at Fusion 2010: and now I finally have.

I have written up two pages on code I developed for use with PHP and D2L’s web services. I have been using it at my work for the last year or so, and I finally polished it up a little, and created some installation and usage instructions. I’m not finished yet, but it is a start.

If you use D2L and want to extend it through Web Services (you need to purchase the web services package from D2L, and have it installed first), I encourage you to read over these pages:

If you have any comments, please post them below. Feel free to email me with any questions or problems you run into while working with the API or the testing framework. I’m eager to improve the code for everyone.

  One Response to “D2L PHP Web Services API”

  1. Hello Thomas!

    I hope you’ll forgive my abusing your comments as a way to contact you – I couldn’t find any other way to do so on your website.

    I came across this today:

    If you created this, I’d love to hear about it! I am a designer on the Learning Platform team at Desire2Learn, and I would be interested to hear what use cases the admin bar satisfied. I tried to run the greasemonkey script in Firefox, but I couldn’t get it to work.

    Thanks 🙂

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