Learnosity API Demos
Jumpstart your integration of the Learnosity APIs into your learning platform.
This repository has been designed to allow users to quickly view and interact with some of the core Learnosity APIs.
Each page shows a basic integration to a specific Learnosity API which you can utilize and learn from.
- PHP 7.4+
- You must be connected to the Internet to use this site
The following shows you how to get the code in this repository up and running as a stand-alone site.
First, get the code with
git clone https://github.com/Learnosity/learnosity-demos.git
Note: To simplify the next steps, you'll need the
make utility (usually available
in the development tools of your platform). If this option is not available to
you, see the next two sections, which show you how to start the demos site
Makefile included with this project allows you to start one or the other
modes, by running either of the following commands from the
learnosity-demos directory that was just created.
make run-php # See “Using PHP's native server” below to see what this does
You can then visit http://localhost:8080 in a browser.
Note that you must use localhost as the domain (not 127.0.0.1). Any port is fine but the internal security in some of the APIs is domain restricted. So until you contact Learnosity to whitelist specific domains, access is restricted to localhost.
Using PHP's native server
You can use PHP's built-in server to quickly get up and running.
git clone https://github.com/Learnosity/learnosity-demos.git cd learnosity-demos php -S localhost:8080 --docroot www
This package comes with demo security (consumer) credentials. If you have your own consumer details (as provided by Learnosity) you may use them by editing
More API documentation is available at the Learnosity Reference site
PHP dependency management using Composer
While this demonstration project ships with dependency libraries (such as the Learnosity SDK) for ease of use, it is not recommended practice to do so on production projects. The composer tool can be used for the purpose of installing and upgrading third-party libraries.
See composer-getting-started for instructions on setting it up on your
platform. You can then try it out on this project, by running the following in
learnosity-demos directory you cloned using
git as detailed in the
composer install # Reinstall dependencies as specified in the shipped composer.lock composer update # Upgrade dependencies according to constraints in composer.json
Note that the
make-based instructions in the “Getting Started” section take
care of the following for you.
For simplicity, the
get-composer.php script can be used to fetch a
local version of composer. It will be named
composer.phar, and will have to be
./composer.phar instead of just
If using Mac OS X, you can set up Homebrew to use a specific tap.
brew tap homebrew/php brew install composer