The Clever Data API exposes Clever's information retrieval functionality. It is a RESTful API that returns JSON-encoded data.
Clever is an education-oriented data organization tool. Intended for developers of software developers and school administration, Clever provides data processing, organizing, integration, and security for student information. Administrators and teachers can upload student information to Clever once and share that information with other enabled systems and apps.
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The Clever Ruby SDK by Clever permits to interact with the API, offering the opportunity to integrate application syncing features into projects targeted to school districts. Resources include gem installation and bundle execution. Usage, tests, and documentation also accessible for developers. By Aashay Desai.
The Clever Python SDK by Clever allows API interaction, providing pip installation and source installation for implementation. Usage includes the modules of district, school, section, student, teacher, and event. Available command line interface. By Aashay Desai.
The Clever PHP SDK by Clever allows API interaction with the aim to integrate syncing application features into district projects. Along with installation and usage, Clever also offers query parameters and composer support. Testing available. By Taylor Singletary.
The Clever Go SDK by Clever allows API interaction with the aim to integrate application syncing in school districts. References explain how to develop using the newest version. By Christopher Bradshaw. Installation guide is available at http://golang.org/doc/go1.2#go_tools_godoc