Release Notes: New features include a new course module API, various API improvements and fixes, and an improved course catalogue cart. The htmlpurifier addon was updated to version 4.2.0. The interface was clarified for a new course menu assignment. Several bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Two new features related to report and timing on test module were added. Minor bugs were fixed. Time visualization was added for test compilation into user answer display. The "user-courses" and "courses-users" reports have been improved and now can show information related to classrooms.
Release Notes: This major release is the first stable release after 1 year of development. Many new features are included: competence management, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and Gmail integration, a content library search engine, classroom and blended training support, and an improved reporting system.
Release Notes: The users filters and users advanced search were improved. Automatic subscription rules were added. A competence module was added. Roles management was added. Internal library search was added.
Release Notes: This version fix several bugs. Now the 3.0.x family is really stable and works with PHP 4, PHP 5, and MySQL 3.2.x, 4, and 5.
Release Notes: A drop-down menu was added in admin. A new "accessibility" template that respects WCAG II was included. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release has been completely rewritten from the 1.x version. It has more SCORM support, a semantic marker for collaborative learning, a small content management system, chat, a new forum, and more more features.
Release Notes: The main change is the support for SCORM, the worldwide standard for learning object. Another feature is the native PHPNuke interface integration.
Release Notes: This is the final 1.1 version. A lot of things were changed. The supported languages include Italian, English, French, Russian, and Portuguese. The HTML editor allows users to create database documentation, and the message system now stores sent messages. All Learning Objects are now grouped by folders.
Release Notes: This version features a cross-browser WYSIWYG editor, the ability for lessons to be grouped in folders, emoticons in chat, images in the evaluation and self evaluation test, free course auto-subscription, and minor bugfixes.