Contributor & Code
Anyone can contribute to Open eLearning documentation.
We especially welcome the contributions of Open eLearning beginners.
In fact, beginners have a distinct advantage over the experts, because they can more easily spot the places where documentation is lacking.
Send your tutorial to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Open eLearning is easily expandable to our own needs
The features and objects of the software are realized with "plugins".
A plugin is simply a folder with the following files:
Plugins Samples :
See special Functions
Test your "Plugin Code" directly on Open eLearning :
On Windows :
On Linux :
On Mac Os :
Thank you for wanting to contribute (Code and Documentation).
Join our group on this page :
A team member will contact you by phone or message.
The associated Js Libs
Core compilation => https://github.com/electron/electron
Editor => https://github.com/fabricjs/fabric.js
Charts Objects => http://gionkunz.github.io/chartist-js/
UI of Open eLearning => https://github.com/olton/Metro-UI-CSS
Metro 4 (early Metro UI CSS) is an open source toolkit for developing with HTML, CSS, and JS. Quickly prototype your ideas or build your entire app with a responsive grid system, extensive prebuilt components, and powerful plugins built on jQuery.
Metro 4 developed to build websites in Windows Metro Style and include general styles, grid, layouts, typography, 70+ components and routines, 500+ built-in icons.
Metro 4 is open source and has an MIT licensing model.
You will find the engine code at this address:
The core engine of Open eLearning is based on Electron JS
This core engine does not contain templates, plugins and images and associated Libs
Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License