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.
Moodle 3.0.2 and 2.9.4 which are the next point releases of the currently supported Moodle version 3.0 & 2.9, will be released in next week along with security fixes for Moodle 2.7.12 and 2.8.10
In a recent announcement on Moodle Forums, Marina Glancy has announced the schedule of release of the next point versions for Moodle. Moodle 3.0.1 was released prior to its schedule on December 21, 2015 with 100% PHP7 compatibility. Read More
Moodle 3.0.1 is on the streets from today onwards having compatibility with both PHP5 and PHP7.
In a recent announcement on Moodle forums, Helen Foster has posted about the release of the Moodle 3.0.1 from the normal download channels. Using Moodle with PHP7 can improve the performance of your Moodle site upto a great extent. Read More
Moodle has passed all 221 tests to be compatible with PHP7 and the new version 3.0.1 will be released in the next week having compatibility with both PHP5 and PHP7.
Moodle 3.0.1 which is coming next week (see our previous coverage here) with support for both PHP5 and PHP7 has entered in the min QA cycle starting today.
In a recent announcement on Moodle Forums, Rajesh Taneja has posted about the starting of the QA cycle which will contains over 250 issues in total. Read More
Since the new version of PHP i.e. PHP 7 is due to be released in November 2015. PHP is the programming language that Moodle is written in and is known as the server side scripting language.
Catalyst NZ the Moodle Partner from New Zealand have shared their tests of Moodle with PHP 7. The main improvement of using Moodle with PHP 7 is the Speed which may result in more requests your web hosting infrastructure can handle in a given time period. Read More