Generico Filter updated for Moodle 3.0 with ability to add more templates #MoodlePlugins

December 18th, 2015

Generico Filter has been updated to a new version compatible for Moodle 3.0 and having the ability to add more than 20 templates.

Generico Filter is developed by Justin Hunt and is a very popular plugin to create templates of code snippets and text that can be inserted into Moodle text areas. Read More

Presentation – Including JavaScript in Moodle plugins through AMD method

September 18th, 2015

Since the inception of AMD method of including JavaScript in Moodle plugins from Moodle 2.9 onwards, many new developers often find it difficult using this method.

The good news is that it’s a lot simpler than previous methods for including JavaScript. The bad news is that it’s still a change that developers need to understand, and the Moodle documentation is a bit hard to follow. Read More

Youtube Video from MoodleMoot Australia 2015 Hackfest – Javascript, Ajax, Templates

July 27th, 2015

Damyon Weise has posted a video on youtube from the Hackfest which was organized during the MoodleMoot Australia 2015 earlier this month.

The video contains the overview of the recommended Javascript integration into Moodle code, AMD modules, Grunt, templates. Read More

‘Alpha’ version of Essential theme for Moodle 2.9 available for testing

June 25th, 2015

In a recent update to the Essential theme – one of the most downloaded themes in the Moodle plugins database, the ‘Alpha’ version of the essential theme is released for Moodle 2.9 version only for test servers and not for production servers. Read More

Shoehorn theme updated with fixed bugs

May 20th, 2015

Shoehorn, one of the popular theme in the Moodle themes database is upgraded to a new version for Moodle 2.9 with fixed bugs and fixtures.

Shoehorn is among the few themes which are using Bootstrap version 3 as the base. The list of fixed issues in the new version are: Read More

Moodle turns to AMD API for javascript as YUI development ceased

April 30th, 2015

From Moodle 2.9 onwards Moodle will start using the Asynchronous Module Definition(AMD) API for writing JavaScript modules.

AMD API is a standard API for creating Javascript modules and you will find many useful third party libraries that are already using this format. Read More