I work on content import pipeline at Learning Equality and wanted to thanks for pointing us to the freeCodeCamp. This looks like an amazing curriculum: well structured and covers all the important coding topics.
I took a brief look at the source code makes me think this should be very much importable. I don’t see any calls to a backend for compilation of the code, so it should be able to run all in the browser.
Some potential blockers:
- The video explanation like on this page seem to be powered by
scrimba.com, which I’m not sure how we can package for offline use.
- The way we render HTML5App content on Kolibri blocks certain browser APIs (for security reasons) so there might be problems if the
freeCodeCamp UI makes heavy use of these (might require workarounds).
I’m going to add it to our list of content sources we’re prospecting, but I can’t tell you a timeline for when we’ll be able to work on it. I’ll post in this thread again if I have updates.
Thanks again for suggesting this amazing source.
PS: You also mentioned Blockly Games in you original message, which is the “beginner” version of this. We’ve imported that (see channel token
ralas-badon or channel id
e409b964366a59219c148f2aaa741f43) or check it out on the demoserver.