Integration of the Experience API (xAPI) using jQuery Mobile (jQM) with demos and templates based on xapi-jqm which handle the heavy lifting in communicating statements to a Learning Record Store (LRS).
Instructional designers and developers can focus on content and HTML rather than writing javasript code, without limiting their abilities to extend their statements and tracking of interactions.
- A computer (laptop if you're the bootcamp)
- Web Browser (preferably Chrome)
- Text editor with syntax highlighting (notepad++, sublime, geany, etc.)
- Experience with HTML
- Experience with xAPI
Setup & Demos
A list of demos available for a starting point in using xapi-jqm.
📄Check the course source to learn more about how xapi-jqm is used and how to get started
📄Check the performance support source to learn more about how xapi-jqm is used and how to get started
Check out templates directory for isolated examples.
If you prefer reading more stylized information as a website instead of README.md files, you can learn more about xapi-jqm on the homepage.
Contributing to the project
We welcome contributions to this project. Fork this repository, make changes, and submit pull requests. If you're not comfortable with editing the code, please submit an issue and we'll be happy to address it.
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