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Release of Moodle 3.2 has been delayed from its original release date. This also delayed the initial start of the Quality Assurance (QA) testing cycle. However QA for Moodle 3.2 is now in full swing. Rajesh Taneja, Moodle's Test Automation Developer,...
Moodle 3.2 - the next beast to be unleashed by Moodle HQ with all the state of the art features, is all set to be released in next 4 weeks. Moodle HQ team has organized the Quality Assurance test...
Moodle 3.2 - The "New Moodle" as coined by Founder and CEO - Dr. Martin Dougiamas, is now getting ready for QA testing with incorporation of all new features. The testing is an important part of the development process...
In the recently concluded Moodle General Developer Meeting, Rajesh Taneja shared a presentation on "Docker - Replacement for VM". The goal of the presentation is to discuss about Using Docker for development/testing environment. Docker is an open platform for distributed...
Moodle HQ development team is planning to make some changes in behat support infrastructure so that the test steps can be overridden by the individual themes. Rajesh Taneja is now seeking the feedback from Moodle community members about the...
Spam is the irrelevant and unsolicited messages sent to users and Moodle is also prone to the spammers. To improve the self defense of your Moodle site, you can make use of the Spam Deletion Block which can be...
Video recording of the Moodle Community Developer meeting held on 11th May, 2016 is now available online. The agenda for the recently concluded community developer meeting was: Global search API from development perspective - Eric Merrill, Oakland University, Michigan,...
Moodle 3.1 has passed all the 530 Quality Assurance (QA) tests successfully with a herculean effort from all the Moodle community members. Many thanks to all testers who had put a lot of efforts in QA testing of Moodle...
Behat 3 is a open source behavioural driven development (BDD) tool written in PHP, it can parse a human-readable list of sentences (called steps) and execute actions in a browser using Selenium or other tools to simulate user interactions. Now...
Moodle 3.0.1 which is coming next week (see our previous coverage here) with support for both PHP5 and PHP7 has entered in the min QA cycle starting today. In a recent announcement on Moodle Forums, Rajesh Taneja has posted about...