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  • Upcoming Backward Incompatible Changes to WMS APIs

    OCLC will be installing an update to several WMS APIs on July 9, 2017 which contains backward-incompatible changes.

  • Branching Your Code

    Lessons in branching and merging code with GitHub.

  • Code4Lib 2017 and The Cobra Effect

    I have recently returned from Code4Lib 2017 in Los Angeles. This was my first national Code4Lib, and I have brought back much more than a great t-shirt to our Dublin, Ohio...

  • DEVCONNECT Keynote Speaker Announced

    OCLC is pleased to announce Jennifer Vinopal as the DEVCONNECT opening keynote speaker. Jennifer’s address will focus on how IT projects advance organizational change.

  • DEVCONNECT Speakers Announced

    Speakers announced for first annual OCLC DevCONnect conference to be held at OCLC headquarters in Dublin, Ohio on May 8 and 9, 2017

  • Can A Worldcat Query Collection Solve Your Collection Loading Problems?

    Learn how Lawrence Technological University Library used WorldCat® query collections to load our records and holdings into a statewide interlibrary loan (ILL) system.

  • Maintaining Codes Libraries in PHP

    Lessons in and tools for maintaining code libraries in PHP.

  • Calling CABs: Obtaining 3,000 required and recommended readings each semester

    As part of the process of optimizing the alignment of our book collection with the teaching and learning needs of the colleges, the Claremont Colleges Library launched a service designed to provide students with improved access to approximately 3,000...

  • Image Open Access: Implementing IIIF in CONTENTdm

    The latest release of CONTENTdm introduced support for the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) Image API version 2.1.

  • WorldCat knowledge base API Maintenance

    To allow for system maintenance, WorldShare Collection Manager, the WorldCat knowledge base API, and related services will be unavailable from 9:00 pm to approximately 10:30 pm US EST today, 18 January 2017.