ROSI, the University of Toronto's Repository of Student Information, stores student information where it can be accessed by the university's students and staff. Developers can extract information from ROSI in a secure manner using the EASI web services. These services can be accessed via SOAP calls. Code samples are available for PHP, Python, .NET, Java, and Perl.
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The Node.js Library for University of Toronto EASI API is a user friendly module for gathering data from the University of Toronto course listings. It parses data from the University of Toronto's course listings into JSON to help developers create applications for students with ease. Authored by Thanasi Karachotzitis, some of the supported functions are: getAllCourseDepartments, getCourseDepartment, and getProgramCourses. Documentation can be found on npm and Github.