Build client-side applications using the Schooltraq API

We’ve updated the Schooltraq API to now return cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) headers in all responses, successful or not. The change means that applications and websites running in your browser can now request information from the Schooltraq API.

If you’re a Schooltraq user, the change won’t affect you at all — it simply means that developers and those making applications and services using your Schooltraq account will be able to build more fully-featured applications that can run directly in your browser.

Learn more about the Schooltraq API, and how CORS headers affect client-side applications.

Links are clickable in your assignment notes

Feature update

Properly formatted links that you include in the assignment notes section of an assignment are now automatically made clickable. We’ve rolled the change out to all our users; you don’t need to do anything for this change to take effect.

Make sure that your links are formatted properly, beginning with http:// or https://. We’ve also made mailto: email address links clickable for you.