Moodle and NetBeans

I have been using NetBeans while for a while now as my IDE of choice, specifically when writing code for Moodle. The one thing I don’t do, is spend a lot of time customising the IDE. The one thing I did pick up though was creating shortcuts – like the ones you would use in…

Being a little responsive

  Last week I finally got the opportunity to really get my hands dirty with Moodle 2.5 and a responsive theme. This being my first dig about in Moodle 2.5 meant I had to learn a few things at speed, not least of all compiling my LESS code. Since running a Windows 8 machine, I…

Moodle dashboard – take 2

So in the past my previous versions of the Moodle Dashboard were all built using Adobe Flex and AMFPHP. The application was deployed to the users desktop as an AIR application, and they could run reports to their hearts content. Since then a few things have changed – and I decide the next version would…

Moodle Off-Line Application

Someone asked me recently what the chances would be of building an offline client for Moodle. To be honest I had not thought about that, so I did. Moodle has three types of content essentially: Courses built using the Moodle authoring tool SCORM courses (including Authorware) Flash modules in the Moodle course To my mind…

New Additions to iLite Mobile Moodle

We have added to additional features to Mobile, they are My Profile and My Grades. My Profile Shows a list of your details, your name, User ID, email, city, country and when you first and last accessed the site. My Grades This shows a list of all the courses that you are registered for. When…

F1 Mobile is LIVE!!!

Yip, it’s official… the new F1 season has commenced. And what an exciting start to the season it has been. Surprise, surprise the Brawn is leading the pack… This year we have not built the typical Flash Lite F1 application that you are used to seeing from us, but rather, we have built a PHP…