Gamification Engine - Kinben
The Gamification Engine Kinben is a RESTful service meant to support engineers adding gamified elements to existing or new processes. While it is up to you, WHAT kind of game-elements you are going to use, Kinben solves the HOW they are implemented for you. Kinben therefore works as a system of building bricks, ready to be set together to an individual gamification project. This project was initially started by Interactive Systems working group at University of Duisburg-Essen as an open source project.
To make it easy for you to start using Kinben, we have setup a wiki with informations how to use the webservice. Also there are some straight forward scenarios that you can use as a starting point. In addition a complete list of every available function of the service can be seen at the corresponding api specification.
How to contribute
We would love, if you like our Kinben project so much, that you want to be engaged in further developments. Therefore please feel free to
- fork the github project and make changes to it and/or
- track issues
For development, a full javadoc is available. Please Note: When you decide to locally run your own version of Kinben, you should at least have Java 8 and Wildfly 8.2 installed.
- Configuration/DHC - Used to support developer using http requests
- Configuration/eclipse - For common code structure. Contains configuration for code format and imports organization
Copyright (c) University Duisburg-Essen, Working Group "Interactive Systems", All rights reserved.
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