For about a year now, I've been using VueJS to build front end user interfaces for Moodle. It has some significant advantages over the traditional Moodle front end development tech. If anyone would like to discuss this at the bar camp, I'd be happy to show you what we have achieved. I'd also be interested to know if other developers have used VueJs for Moodle development, or similar technologies (e.g. React).
MoodleMoot DACH 2019 - Idea Exchange
Rapid front end development with VueJS
I started using Vue for Moodle plugins in April this year. Currently I'm developing some questionbank based plugins. Already published in a working state, but still with lots of ideas for improvement are:
Feedback is very welcome. Would like to see your work as well!
Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the devcamp. I planned to go, but private things have come up.
Oh, wow, yes,
I would greatly appreciate. Based on work by Martin Gauk and taking into consideration the projects by Benedikt I myself am soonish concluding my Differentiator tool which I like to pitch and then discuss and optimize in Vienna.
Looking forward to meeting you again, Guy and Benedikt!
This is really great - I noticed that you were using a store too. That's not something I've done with Moodle yet (although I have used the RJXS store with Angular before).
I think we're going to have lots to talk about!
Looking forward to seeing you again too.
You are all amazing - I love that there is sooo much to discuss already. And I am looking forward to the pitching ideas that you hopefully already prepared - bcs convincing all the amazing people to work on your own idea is not a walk in the park
See you very, very soon