CHANGELOG 2/27/2018

Updates to
added Views exports to enhance reporting
move AutoPublish functionality toward a full API to allow for broader self-publishing of resources
better email for QuizWright creation
auto login to QuizWright when following menu link from CALI Dashboard
fixed redirect issue in user profile
LessonLink and AutoPublish dashboard links now open in new tab/window
clarified language in LessonLink reporting
updates to Drupal core and various modules
cleaned up list of “Class of …” groups for student registration
fixed LessonLink email when LessonLink sets are edited
Updates to
moved system to new servers to provide better performance
updated theme on main Classcaster site
removed unused themes and plugins
updated WordPress core and plugins
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Announcing Flutter beta 1: Build beautiful native apps

Originally posted on Flutter’s Medium by Seth Ladd

Today, as part of Mobile World Congress 2018, we are excited to announce the first beta release of Flutter. Flutter is Google’s new mobile UI framework that helps developers craft high-quality native interfaces for both iOS and Android. Get started today at to build beautiful native apps in record time.

Flutter targets the sweet spot of mobile development: performance and platform integrations of native mobile, with high-velocity development and multi-platform reach of portable UI toolkits.

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Customizable Alexa development board builds on i.MX7 module

The Gumstix “Chatterbox for the Colibri iMX7” is a Geppetto-customizable, Linux-driven Alexa Voice Service development board that features Toradex’s i.MX7 based module, and offers a 2.5-Watt speaker driver, mic and audio jacks, plus WiFi, BT, Ethernet, USB, and more. Gumstix has partnered with Toradex to launch an Amazon Alexa Voice Service (AVS) development board with […]

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