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Video Easy filter, which is developed by Justin Hunt (the PoodLL guy), has been updated recently to support the Moodle 2.9 version. VideoEasy is a filter to play mp4, mp3 and other media files with html5 players. It uses user...
The new responsive themes in the Moodle themes database Academi and Klass by Nephzat Technologies have been updated to a new version with updated bugs and fixtures. Acc. to the release notes of Academi theme, following are the changes in...
Another new theme added to the Moodle themes database earlier this month is Klass which is fully responsive and coded with the latest techniques in HTML5 and CSS3,so it will work on all devices, all browsers, and it does...
Since Adobe flash is again in news because of a security threat that has Firefox blocking it and Facebook calling for its death, so what is going to happen with our popular PoodLL plugin and Flash? Justin Hunt (the PoodLL...
Rich media activity plugin is updated for Moodle 2.7 and 2.8 and is now supported for all Moodle versions from 2.0 onwards. Rich Media activity plugin is a popular activity which provides a complete tool to create Rich Media activities...
If you want consistency of the player appearance in all major browsers and mobile platforms, then you can use this JW player multimedia filter to play HTML5 and flash content on your Moodle site. The player supports flash fallback, providing...
If you're using a Surface or Windows phone and wanted to use the Moodle Mobile apps like an Android or iOS user, you're now in luck. The apps are now released in the Window's App Store: Windows 8.1: http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us/app/moodle-mobile/ Windows Phone: http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/moodlemobile/   The same...
I've been working with a group providing a certification via Moodle since late 2007 or so, their original site was hosted on Moodle 1.8 and then for several years it was 1.9 in all of it's stable glory. Over...
My Moodle, formerly the official Moodle Mobile app has been replaced by Moodle Mobile at Moodle.org: http://docs.moodle.org/24/en/Mobile_app. The tool is looking quite polished. Recently the site was updated with a roadmap for development and additional documentation and screenshots to help highlight...
The newest entry to Mobile enabled Moodle tools is Moodle Mobile Beta which was created by Juan Leyva, Barbara Ramiro, Jerome Mouneyrac and Martin Dougiamas.  The app is available for use with Android, iOS and others (Windows 7, WebOS...