Obojobo Next

by qwertynerd97

GitHub Readme.md

Obojobo Next

Obojobo Next is a modern educational content ecosystem. Obojobo documents are programmable, extend-able, and heavily fortified with data analytics.

Our focus is on making and delivering fantastic learning content to students. Obojobo is not a Learning Management System. Rather, it's an incredibly powerful content engine for use inside your LMS.

View the Obojobo Next Documentation.

The Obojobo Mission

To keep our collective efforts aimed in the same direction, we've outlined what we want Obojobo to be:

  1. UI/UX focused design that ensures a satisfying & enjoyable student experience.
  2. Low barrier of entry for content creators. Creating content is as easy as writing a document in Word.
  3. Research centric design. Obojobo aims to be the premiere research-enabling learning platform by providing high resolution data, partnering with researchers, and including proven research outcomes back into the platform.
  4. Extraordinary practice and assessment tools that enable emerging teaching and learning models.
  5. Provide innovative new capabilities in online, blended, and mixed mode courses.
  6. Architecturally extensible and modular. Obojobo Next is easy to customize and extend.

Requirements

Quick Heroku Deploy

We added Heroku support as an easy way to give Obojobo a free test drive (or scale it up for production use).

Deploy Obojobo to Heroku

Heroku is a cloud service that lets you host web apps in the cloud without worring so much the infrastructure.

Development Setup

  1. Clone this repo
  2. Run yarn install to install dependencies
  3. Run yarn setup runs a basic setup script to build assets and setup a docker database container
  4. Run yarn dev to start the development express server
  5. Visit https://127.0.0.1:8080 - You should see "Welcome to Obojobo Next"

Familiarize yourself with the scripts section of package.json.

Logging in

To view the example object you need to login via an LTI launch. Instructions are available in Obojobo: https://127.0.0.1:8080/lti

Create New Documents:

Once logged in, visit https://127.0.0.1:8080/editor. Click + Create New Draft to get started.

Testing

yarn test or yarn test:ci