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Category Archives: Content Aggregation Model
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
The CAM specification has a long and detailed description of all the possible and required XML tags. But it’s far easier to see what’s actually going on if we take a look at a real example and break it down … Continue reading
Last time, I looked at the Meta-Data section of the SCORM 1.2 CAM specification and decided to ignore it (for now, at least). In this post, I’m going to start to look at the Content Packaging section of the CAM … Continue reading
It’s been a while since my last post, and this one will be very short. And here’s why … I’ve been working through the second part of the SCORM 1.2 Content Aggregation Model (CAM) specification which deals with Meta-Data (data … Continue reading
I’ve had a bit of a break since I released VS SCORM 1.2 RTE Rev 1.0. But now it’s time to get back to the task in hand. At this time, I should be able to run any SCORM 1.2 … Continue reading