Since the inception of AMD method of including JavaScript in Moodle plugins from Moodle 2.9 onwards, many new developers often find it difficult using this method.
The good news is that it’s a lot simpler than previous methods for including JavaScript. The bad news is that it’s still a change that developers need to understand, and the Moodle documentation is a bit hard to follow.
Sam Marshall from Open University has shared his presentation about using the AMD method for including Javascript in Moodle plugins on the Open University blog.
You can download the original presentation from this link.

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