Moodbile: a Moodle web services extension for mobile applications
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The Moodle 2.0 Web Services architecture has been designed to optimize bulk operations or administrative tasks. Therefore, it does not support external applications accessing activity modules. For this reason, the Moodbile project aims to provide an extension of the Moodle 2.0 Web Services architecture in order to provide access to external applications such as m-learning applications, from within Moodle. To validate this extension, three m-learning applications have been developed: an HTML5 client that may be used from most mobile browsers, an Android-native app and an iOS-native app.
CitationPiguillem, J. [et al.]. Moodbile: a Moodle web services extension for mobile applications. A: Moodle Research Conference. "1st Moodle Research Conference: Heraklion, Crete-Greece, September 14-15, 2012: conference proceedings". Crete: 2012, p. 148-156.