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cmi5 “defined” vs. “allowed” statements

There has been a recent uptick in the number of questions received by our support group involving cmi5 implementations, specifically on the content side. This is good for adoption of cmi5, but also gives us a chance to see what the most frequent hassles are…

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Attachments in xAPI – TMYK

At a recent event, we were surprised to find out how few people had heard of Attachments as a part of xAPI. So in that spirit, we wanted to pass along some helpful information when it comes to using Attachments in xAPI. An xAPI statement…

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xapi blog seeking guest bloggers

Seeking guest bloggers! Help us evangelize xAPI.

xAPI has grown and changed a lot since we first launched this website back in 2012. Since then, we’ve published 179 blog posts that help you understand and implement the Experience API. To keep up our pace, we could use your help! We’re putting out…

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Profile Recipes vs xAPI Profiles

Profile Recipes vs. xAPI Profiles

What's the difference between profile recipes and xAPI profiles? Well, they essentially serve the same purpose. The difference primarily lies in the timeline. Profile Recipes A "profile recipe" was an early attempt to make it possible for members of the xAPI community to publicly share…

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moving and receiving xAPI data between LRSs

Moving and receiving xAPI data in an LRS rich environment

As you build your xAPI ecosystem, you’ll likely compile a number of LRSs. Developing a strategy for moving and receiving xAPI data between LRSs becomes essential, which is why our CEO TJ outlined tactical steps for doing just that during his recent xAPI Cohort presentation. To…

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Preparing xAPI for IEEE standardization

A few weeks back, I went to the first in-person meeting of the IEEE xAPI Base Standard working group. We're continuing the process of preparing the existing xAPI 1.0.3 specification to submit to a larger audience at IEEE for consideration as a standard. A major…

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