Have you ever thought of having a Visual Composer kind of Page builder tool for Moodle? Do you want to create awesome page designs without any coding skills? Do you want to evolve your Moodle site to a high level with simplicity of drag and drop interface? Read More
Entity relationship diagram (ERD) for Moodle 3.1 is released recently by Marcus Green (UK Based teacher and Moodle developer) which shows the relationships of entity sets stored in the Moodle database. Read More
Yesterday while I was installing the Moodle 3.1 on my recently formatted laptop for development purpose in a XAMPP environment, I faced a peculiar error which halt the installation process on the Server checks page. Read More
Moodle Mobile App customization – everyone wants the app to be customized and modified for their institute, company, corporate. Yesterday, I wrote about getting your own branded Moodle App – a new service by Vidya Mantra – Moodle partner from India. Today, I stumbled upon this Moodle developer docs which describes the process how the Moodle Mobile app can retrieve your custom styles from your Moodle site. Read More
There is a misconception among people that Moodle, the most popular LMS, can be used on all big capacity servers only but have you ever thought of testing Moodle on the smallest devices available in the market nowadays like Raspberry Pi and Orange Pi.
Michael Aherne, from University of Strathclyde had presented during the recently concluded MoodleMoot Ireland UK 2016 about Monitoring your Moodle services with Nagios.
Nagios is a free and open source computer-software application that provides monitoring and alerting services for servers, switches, applications and services. Check out the official Nagios website here for complete details. Read More
Moodle Developer course as announced by Martin Dougiamas is now coming under shape and will be ready in upcoming weeks. In the recently concluded Developers meeting, Martin presented the outline structure of the developers course which is still a work in progress as of now and is expected to be finished in upcoming weeks. Read More