Today’s PictureLenticular clouds over mountains in SE Alaska.
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Monthly Archives: June 2009
I’ve finished my first test run successfully. At this time, you can download a copy of the code that I’ve written so far. However, it’s important to note that – right now – this is a VERY incomplete implementation of … Continue reading
Now I’m going to run the course again and see if my AJAX requests work. This is what I get:
I’ve implemented revised versions of my LMSGetValue() and LMSSetValue() functions. It’s time to check the other functions to see if there’s anything that I need to do right now.
My last couple of posts talked about setting up the SCORM RTE API to submit requests to the LMS server using AJAX. Now I have to set up something on the server end to receive and process those requests. Remember … Continue reading
The LMSSetValue() function is very similar to the LMSGetValue() function that I described in my last post except that we might have a problem with the amount of data that we’re transferring to the server.
I’m not going to make this a tutorial on AJAX – you may want to do some background reading on it before we go much further. Or you can just take what I say on trust … it’s up to … Continue reading
Now that I have the basic SCORM RTE API (lots of acronyms!) and the “imaginary LMS” database table in place, I have to start looking at how to link them together. The SCORM RTE API is implemented as a client-side … Continue reading
I’m going to create a database table in my imaginary LMS to hold the SCORM variables without worrying too much about what they mean. I’ll simply store the variable name and variable value that the course passes to the API … Continue reading