Today’s PictureLenticular clouds over mountains in SE Alaska.
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Monthly Archives: October 2009
Finally, I’ll add the code which connects the item and resource data together to create the data that the “imaginary” LMS needs.
At last, an easy bit. I’m going to add the following code to my readIMSManifestFile() function.
This is the new routine that I’m going to use to resolve the resource dependencies in the package manifest file.
I’m going to re-examine the XML format that the SCORM 1.2 CAM specifies for the manifest file. As a reminder, here’s the <resource> tag that I’m trying to understand.
Time to start writing the readIMSManifestFile() function. Let’s create the basic structure.
In my last two posts, I figured out how to read resource and organization data from the manifest file that describes the content package. But the code that I wrote really wasn’t that solid, and wouldn’t be particularly easy to … Continue reading
Having read the resource information from the manifest file, I’m going to extend the code to read the organization information. As a reminder, the <organizations> section of my manifest file looks like this.
I’m going to start simple by reading the resource information from the manifest file. To do this, I’m going to use the DOM extension to PHP that’s part of the core of PHP5. This will allows me to parse and … Continue reading