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Developer is a person who creates or edits various aspects of Moodle code.   
 
Developer is a person who creates or edits various aspects of Moodle code.   
  
Moodle is Open Source  and has many tools to assist and coordinate developer's efforts. There is a section in MoodleDocs which is devoted to [[Developer documentation]].  The MoodleDocs wiki has a namespace called Development and also uses a [https://docs.moodle.org/en/Category:Developer Developer category].  There are many [http://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=5 Moodle forums] where developers participate, including Section 4.  Developers also use [[Tracker]] that is used to track bugs, improvements and suggestions for new Moodle features at [http://tracker.moodle.org http://tracker.moodle.org].  From time to time there are [[Developer conferences]].
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Moodle is Open Source  and has many tools to assist and coordinate developer's efforts. There is a section in MoodleDocs which is devoted to [[Developer documentation]].  The MoodleDocs wiki has a namespace called Development and also uses a [https://docs.moodle.org/en/Category:Developer Developer category].  There are many [http://moodle.org/course/view.php?id=5 Moodle forums] where developers participate, including Section 4.  Developers also use [[Tracker]] that is used to track bugs, improvements and suggestions for new Moodle features at [http://tracker.moodle.org http://tracker.moodle.org].  From time to time there are [https://docs.moodle.org/dev/Developer_meetings Developer meetings].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Latest revision as of 16:29, 5 July 2014

Developer is a person who creates or edits various aspects of Moodle code.

Moodle is Open Source and has many tools to assist and coordinate developer's efforts. There is a section in MoodleDocs which is devoted to Developer documentation. The MoodleDocs wiki has a namespace called Development and also uses a Developer category. There are many Moodle forums where developers participate, including Section 4. Developers also use Tracker that is used to track bugs, improvements and suggestions for new Moodle features at http://tracker.moodle.org. From time to time there are Developer meetings.

See also

Developer documentation - a good starting point for developers