Moodle is a web application used in educational settings. While this chapter will try to give an overview of all aspects of how Moodle works, it focuses on those areas where Moodle’s design is particularly interesting:The way the application is divided into plugins;The permission system, which controls which users can perform which actions in different parts of the system;The way output is generated, so that different themes skins can be used to give different appearances, and so that the interface can be localised.The database abstraction layer.
At Google IO this year, Google announced support for a new runtime running on App Engine, PHP. Currently, they have full support for languages such as Python, Java, and Go. PHP on App Engine was the number one request voted by developers and Google has finally delivered. PHP empowers a great percentage of the web sites in the world, it is very likely this will be taken out of Experimental mode soon into full Production mode. Google has taken the open source PHP 5.4 platform and augmented it to run on App Engine. They created a safe “sandboxed” environment for your apps.
פורסם ב: PHP on Google App Engine.
A PHP/MySQL free (moodle format) Course you can download and install.
This class is to teach the basics of using PHP server side scripting and MySQL database to create dynamic websites for personal or business use. This course was entered in the Cool Course Competition 2010.
פורסם ב: Moodle.net.
Create complex narratives and share rich collections, adhering to Dublin Core standards with Omeka on your server, designed for scholars, museums, libraries, archives, and enthusiasts.
פורסם ב: Omeka.
Introduction to Moodle Programming
קורס מקוון ללמידה עצמית – פיתוח במערכת מוודל
The recording of our May 29th webinar with Maarten Balliauw and Mikhail Vink, PhpStorm Best Practices – The Perfect Workflow for PHP Developers, is now available on YouTube and JetBrains.tv.
In this webinar, we look at the most important everyday actions in PhpStorm IDE. Learn how to navigate between files, classes or other elements in our project, and see how we can use code autocompletion, PHPDoc, intentions and live templates to make our life as developers easier.