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The goal of the edx/configuration project is to provide a simple, but flexible, way for anyone to stand up an instance of Open edX that is fully configured and ready-to-go. Before getting started, please look at the Open EdX Installation options, to see which method for deploying OpenEdX is right for you.
The (working) UI library and Front End Styleguide for edX/Open edX applications and sites. The code in this repository is licensed the Apache 2.0 license unless otherwise noted. Please see the LICENSE file for details.
The Video XBlock is for embedding videos hosted on different video platforms into your Open edX courses. The idea of crowd-funded universal video-xblock was proposed by @natea (Appsembler) at the Open edX Conference 2016 at Stanford. It was well-received and several companies offered to sponsor the initial development.
This library provides Bootstrap 4 themes for use within Open edX. It includes an Open edX theme as well as an edX-branded theme. To use an edX Bootstrap theme, import the _theme.scss partial file from your chosen theme into your own Sass. Note that this file must be loaded before any Bootstrap partial files so that the theming will be applied.
Get up and running quickly with Open edX services. If you are seeking info on the Vagrant-based devstack, please see https://openedx.atlassian.net/wiki/display/OpenOPS/Running+Devstack. This project is meant to replace the traditional Vagrant-based devstack with a multi-container approach driven by Docker Compose. It is still in the beta testing phase.
This is the source code for the edX mobile Android app. It is changing rapidly and its structure should not be relied upon. See http://code.edx.org for other parts of the edX code base. It requires the "Dogwood" release of open edX or newer. See https://openedx.atlassian.net/wiki/display/COMM/Open+edX+Releases for more information.
This is the source code for the edX mobile iOS app. It is changing rapidly and its structure should not be relied upon. See http://code.edx.org for other parts of the edX code base. It requires the "Dogwood" release of open edX or newer. See https://openedx.atlassian.net/wiki/display/COMM/Open+edX+Releases for more information.
This package contains custom authentication backends, views, and pipeline steps used by edX services for single sign-on. This package is compatible with Python 2.7 and 3.5, and Django 1.8 through 1.11.
Aggregates course data from education providers into a simple API. A group of friends and I used to use a spreadsheet to aggregate and share free online courses with each other in the early days of college; I decided to turn that spreadsheet into a public API for getting information about those courses.