Enrollio is an open-source application that tracks enrollment and attendance for small-to-medium size classes. Ideal for groups of up to 20 students or participants.
- Maintain a list of people interested in your classes
- Enroll new students according to signup date
- Print welcome letters for new students
- Track attendance and print graduation certificates
Consider using Enrollio for the following scenarios:
- Teaching a 6-week training course
- Administrating summer classes
- Tracking enrollment/completion of safety training
- Tracking meeting attendance
Enrollio is currently being developed for use at St. Louis Bworks.
Bworks is the umbrella organization for Byteworks and Bicycleworks located in Saint Louis, Missouri
Byteworks and Bicycleworks are volunteer organizations that strive to help inner city children reach their full potential.
Byteworks offers the "Earn A Computer" program where students take six computer-related classes, and are awarded a free computer upon completion of the six classes. Bicycleworks offers a similar "Earn-A-Bike" class.
Please see http://bworks.org for more information
Enrollio's purpose is to help Bworks maintain its student database.
Please see DEVELOPER_NOTES.markdown for notes on how to setup, test, and contribute to Enrollio.
Grails 1.2 (http://grails.org)
- Creating Class Sessions:
- Date Picker when creating Class Sessions will update all the LessonDates with newly selected date, in weekly increments
- If user selects a different Program for a new Class Session, LessonDates Ajaxily downloaded for the new Program, and given dates that adhere to any startDate the user already selected
Enrollio has a slick Tag Library which loops through all available Programs, and returns a checkbox for the program which is checked/unchecked depending on whether the student is already interested in the Program.
Thanks to the following sources for providing code examples, etc
Addition of dynamic contact phone numbers was provided by: http://lxisoft.com/web/guest/grails
The "Problems" section can be used to point out things in Grails or Enrollio that were confusing, time-draining or otherwise not really fun to develop. We can use this section to identify things we'd like to improve as we continue our mastery of Grails and subsequently the rest of the Universe.
I had problems in the bootStrap when saving test data, and then trying to retrieve it immediately, due to the flush:true not being specified when saving DOs
When calling the interestCheckBoxes tag library, I had a quote missing from the 2nd param, and received a less than helpful message. Something like this will reproduce the problem: