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What Is Listaflow, And How Is It Being Used By The Open edX Community?

This article was written by Ali Hugo, UX and UI Designer at OpenCraft. Listaflow is a new open source tool […]
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Designing better Open edX themes

This article was written by Cassie Zamparini-Kern, senior UX and UI Designer at OpenCraft. When you search Google images for […]
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How to Use the Open edX LMS for Authentication

There are some great resources for building extensions to the Open edX platform. The XBlock SDK is excellent, and MFEs […]
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Demystifying User Retirement in the Open edX platform

This article was written by team member Kaustav Banerjee. User Retirement in an Open edX platform is the very last […]

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Optimizing The Course Outline Page

Introduction This article was written by Farhaan Bukhsh, senior open source developer at OpenCraft. We at OpenCraft, while maintaining Open […]
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Open edX Content Libraries on Canvas LMS? Sure!

This article was co-written by OpenCraft team member Adolfo Brandes and Daniel Seaton, Sr. Learning Systems Designer at MIT. In […]

Configuring multiple sites on the Open edX platform just got easier.

This article was written by team members Shimul Chowdhury and Guruprasad Lakshmi Narayanan. An Open edX "site" presents a catalog […]

Building A New Feature: What Matters Most

This blog post was written by our team member Aayush Agrawal At OpenCraft, we do a lot of feature development […]
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Enabling server-side encryption on AWS S3 and Open edX

This article was written by team member Aayush Agrawal This blog post shows how to enable encryption at rest for […]
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Hosting best practices for your Open edX instance

This article was written by team member Aayush Agrawal. Every industry has its best practices, and we follow them for […]

How We Deploy the Open edX Platform

The Open edX platform is constantly growing in every aspect, something that’s desirable for every Open Source Software that proves to be useful and true to the name. In that sense, the ways of setting up the platform keep evolving, too. Unless you’re knowledgeable with the tools used for working with the platform in a local environment, there is no “simple” way to get started with an instance without help. That’s where we come in.
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Parts of the Open edX Platform: A Walkthrough

This article was written by team member Fox Piacenti. The parts of the Open edx platform are numerous and can be […]
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Open edX DevStack: A Toolkit for the Future of Learning Software

This article was written by team member Fox Piacenti. If you’ve had the opportunity to take a course on edx.org, […]

FAQ - Create online courses using the Open edX platform

This article was written by Jeff Miller, a member of the OpenCraft marketing team. So, you’ve been looking for a […]
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Tutorial: Encrypting an existing root partition in Ubuntu with dm-crypt and LUKS

A technical tutorial brought to you by OpenCraft : ) This article was written by team member Alan Evangelista. This […]

Tutorial: Attaching Visual Studio Code to Devstack LMS Container

A technical tutorial brought to you by OpenCraft : ) This article was written by team member Paulo Viadanna. Introduction […]

Tutorial: Creating Course Content with H5P for the Open edX® platform

This article was written by team member Tim Krones What H5P is (and why you should care) H5P is a […]