Custom Reports for Canvas LMS
We were recently asked to report on student engagement with an instance of Canvas which we had implemented for our client Enterprise Cube.
Canvas is an Open Source Learning Management System (LMS) which enables trainers and teachers to create online resources for their students to work with outside of the traditional learning environment.
While the standard instance of Canvas provides some global reports, these lacked the detail that Read Moreblog, Consultation, Web Development Tags: Canvas, Custom Code, Web Development | October 7, 2013
What App’enned to my App
We attended Last night’s TechHub event, “What App’enned to my App” which was exciting, interesting and inspirational. The CityGate sponsors presented a fantastic panel of guests to a packed room full of eager delegates.
Go Big, Go Niche or Go Home
The event had a fairly wide ranging take on the do’s and don’ts of app development, but these are my take home notes:
Pick your market sector, Read Moreblog Tags: apps, London, mobile apps, Tech Hub | September 14, 2013
PhoneGap and jQuery Mobile
Smartphone Apps the simple way
We’ve recently released the mobile registration apps for StreetGames so thought we’d write a quick post on the technology we used to produce the apps. During the project we developed a mobile browser friendly website and apps, for iPhone and Android.
The apps enable Streetgames coaches to register the attendance of the participants at their doorstep sports clubs. These might take place in Read Moreblog Tags: android, apps, iphone, jquery, jquery mobile, mobile apps, phonegap | September 10, 2013
We’re looking for experienced and talented developers to join our growing team here at 1UP.
You’ll be passionate about developing excellent quality web applications. PHP, Ruby on Rails, JQuery, CSS and HTML are your tools and you’re confident and experienced with delving into the most advanced forward looking web technologies. You’ll have a strong experience with version control (Git, Beanstalk) and interested in being part of a fast Read Moreblog, Uncategorized | January 12, 2012
A cartoon representation of the Birmingham skyline, part of our illustration intern’s final major project for his Design degree at Birmingham City University.blog Tags: Birmingham website design, illustration, web design in Birmingham | February 16, 2011