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Introduction A Cross-Platform Application for IOS and Android built for the Academy LMS students. Through this app, students can start learning courses directly from their IOS or Android devices. No more sitting down to PC or desktop. Students can learn from anywhere anytime with the device in hand. Technology used We have used Flutter which is an open-source UI software development kit created by Google. It is used to develop applications for Android, iOS. The biggest advantage that Flutter gives in comparison to native Android is the cross-platform support, i.e., you can use the same codebase for different platforms like Android, iOS, etc. Demo Download the demo app from here Login as a student: - Email: [email protected] - Password: 1234 Demo: https://codecanyon.net/item/academy-lms-mobile-app-flutter-ios-android/28805615 Download: Academy Lms Student Flutter Mobile App.zip
EduCore is a marketplace script for online learning. Teachers or Instructors can create unlimited number of courses, upload video and documents according to their expertise and students can enroll to these courses and educate themselves anythime and from anywhere. So start selling your skilled courses by installing EDUCORE and create your online business today. Features Video and Text-based courses Quiz Module Advanced search and filters Supports Youtube and MP4 videos Affiliate system Author Discount Coupons Site Admin sitewide promo coupons Certificates of Completion Track user progress One-click install Process payments with Stripe, Braintree, RazorPay or PayPal Multi-lingual Advanced blogging system Chat messaging Powerful Dashboards and more…. Online Demo Frontend: https://educore.creativeraft.ml Instructor: https://educore.creativeraft.ml/login Email: [email protected] Password: password Admin: https://educore.creativeraft.ml/login Email: [email protected] Password: password
Requirements Some unzipping archive tool (WinRAR, 7zip, Jzip, etc.) as 99% of the uploads are archived to lessen the size and keep files in one piece. FTP or cPanel (as it is widely used) to your server, or if you are doing it locally then you can skip this step. A bit of knowledge about WordPress. Installation Go to your root folder of the WordPress installation. Unzip the plugin files. Connect to your site’s server using FTP. Navigate to the /wp-content/plugins directory. Upload the plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins directory on your web server. Go to the Dashboard’s Plugins page and you see the new plugin listed. If a mistake is made, delete all the newly uploaded files and repeat the procedure again. Additional information Some plugins such as Elementor Pro requires from users to first install the free version of the plugin and afterward to install a pro version. The process is the same as explained above, just you have to do it two times from the provided files (first move the free version and install, afterward a pro version). If you have any questions, ask below