It's Time for Profiles

I wrote a post a while back on verbs and promised a follow up on the other parts of a statement that can be defined by a person implementing xAPI. It’s January, so I guess it’s about time... Alright, alright, it's overdue. In a statement…

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Q & A from the Dec. 6, 2012 xAPI Technical Webinar

Our first Experience API Technical Webinar was a big success. Thanks to everyone who attended. For those of you who missed it, you can find a recording of the webinar here, and can see the Q & A from the webinar within this blog post.…

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A Tech Dive into xAPI

You’ve all been waiting patiently for this Thursday, December 6th. We appreciate that. If you don’t know what I’m talking about... Surprise, it’s a webinar! You’ve probably heard what xAPI is, you’re excited about the possibility of collecting data from a lot of tools that…

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What's Up with Verbs in .95?

The 0.95 spec is complete; you can grab a copy here if you would like to read it. I recommend it with a cup of hot chocolate by the fire, kinda... If you’re into warm stuff and cold hard specifications. The 0.9 version of the…

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Float's Shiny Little iOS Library

It's now even easier to kickstart your xAPI iOS development.   There have been a number of new adopters coming on board in the run up to DevLearn and great new stuff from our existing adopters. Anyone at DevLearn is in for a real treat,…

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Badges, xAPI, and Boy Scouts

A lot of people have been coming to me to talk about xAPI lately (right, obviously… this is my job.) Anyway, a good number of them have a specific interest in badges. They want to give people badges as symbol of completion or accomplishment. They…

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Ready to Play with Storyline and xAPI?

It’s here! Storyline’s Update 1 supports xAPI! What does this mean to you? You, yes you, can make xAPI statements, right now. You can see them too, in our SCORM Cloud. I’m going to tell you how. Lucky for me, Articulate did the hard part.…

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Make a Statement

Who doesn’t want to make a statement? If you’re shy, I understand. Luckily, we’re all friends here. If you don’t believe me, go look at the public endpoint. There’s a lot of strange (probably made up) people making statements together there. My point... right. We…

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More Accessible Content, Better xAPI Data

By making your content accessible, you can get wildly better xAPI data. This post is related to another post on how xAPI separates presentation from content and makes accessibility easier to do. (more…)

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