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  1. Here's a new FrogCode widget: https://www.frogeducation.com/community/frogcode/frogcode-showcase/visitor-log We worked with George Bligh from Greenshaw on this widget. When someone views a page with this widget on, it records their visit. Anyone with Edit and Manage rights gets a button which displays a list of all visitors, their profile, their children (if a parent), how many times they have visited the site and the time and date of their last visit. (This widget uses the datastore - a little known about feature of Frog's API.)
  2. Hi, I am trying to create a widget that is able to pull the Total Positive Behaviour Points into a variable, the end result is we will use an if statement to display a specific image depending on a number of points the student has. I have started by testing with the HTML widget. using the below code to see if I can use the behaviour.getBehaviourTotals API to get the total points this year for the user, however, it is not working. <script> var $ap,user; //Create a div, and give it a unique ID $ap = $("div", { id: Frog.Utilities.generateSimpleID() } ); $ap.html( '<b>Your House Points:</b>'+ '<table clase="table" id="your_points">'+ '<tr>'+ "<th>This Year</th>"+ '</tr>'+ '</table>' ); // Use Frog's API to get the logged in student user = FrogOS.getUser(); // Use Frog's API to get Behaviour points Frog.Model .api('behaviour.getBehaviourTotals',{ Student_uuid: user.uuid, }).done(function(behaviourResponse){ behaviourResponse.data.pos.year(function(work){ $ap.find('tbody') .append( '<tr>'+ '<td>'+ data.pos.year+ '</td>'+ '</tr>' ); }); }); arguments[0].append($ap); </script> any advice appreciated. Phil
  3. The brilliant @Simon Law has built a new widget which adds a site's menu to a page, to save us all from having to do this manually using text widgets. You can download this from the showcase page: https://www.frogeducation.com/community/tutorials/frogcode/frogcode-showcase
  4. Primarily requested by Matt Day at Chosen Hill, Folder Search bypasses the search limitation of FrogDrive and allows users to search through all folders to find the files they might need. Matt wants to use Frog to host all 100+ of their policies, but has organised them into folders. Currently his users cannot search them easily in FrogDrive. With Folder Search, they can. It can also play mp4 videos directly, so it’s second use is to help create a video galleries. https://www.frogcommunity.com/frogcode/showcase
  5. We have a new process for monitoring regularity and quality of home learning (all of which are now done via assignment manager). Happy to share this frog code app which allows Tutors, Heads of House/Year, SLT to lookup what has been assigned to a student and act accordingly. I will ensure this app continues to work if frog change api's in the future as it is part of our internal systems. I realise this functionality is available in the assignment monitor app, but we do not wish to share this app with staff as it would allow them to lookup staff as well as students! A quick screen shot... Paul
  6. What do we have lots of? Well, I've got loads of worksheets - some really good 'old ones' long since scanned to computer and of course all the recent ones created on computer.... Most of them are sat in frog sites so that students can download and print them off should they lose their own. But what if all of these worksheets could be completed on frog without the need to turn them into frog quizzes or use a third-party site or app? Well, as this is the showcase..... https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B2QYvi40BJqDRWw0N3JPVUdqWk0/view?usp=sharing Sorry there is no sound on the video, I need to invest in a microphone! Features Could be used as a basic painting app Allows a file to be loaded into the background - this means you can write, type and draw over the top but the eraser won't wipe out the underlying file! Normal and full-screen modes Zoom and pan - watch the ink marks move with the worksheet Save button produces a .png file of the entire work which can be saved in the usual way or copied and pasted into a document (or uploaded and handed in!) It's based on http://literallycanvas.com. All I have done is make it work in frog and integrate it with FrogDrive. To do Save the ink so the student can return to the worksheet later (if only there was a way of saving data in frog!) Save the ink and display to the teacher all of the worksheets in their current states - with some work it should be possible for the teacher to "watch live" as the worksheet is completed and so know where to target help first. Think about what happens \ what we would want to happen, if this is part of a site that has been assigned to a group/student. Only works for image files at the moment - any server side devs at frog got anything for on demand file conversion? If anyone can help with any of this we can share the code and half the work... Paul
  7. Thought I'd offer a preview of a new FrogCode widget I've been working on with Caroline Worboys-Mcardle of Hendon School. We worked on this widget together at the FrogCode workshop at the Judd School. In a nutshell, the widget offers simple re-styling of a Frog form: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5bTXEl9mgAhQ3JTb3ZBRk0xaVE/view I'll get this released as soon as I can.
  8. Hi, I want to link an image (or file) to my widget, but I can't get the web address when I upload it.
  9. So, some long talked about widgets in FrogCode are finally ready for sharing, I've just added: Personalised welcome Week indicator Form styling (started work on this at the FrogCode event at the Judd) Soon to be joined by George Bligh's My Progress widget, which displays the My Progress application in a page for students. You can download these and other widgets at https://www.frogcommunity.com/frogcode/showcase
  10. As everyone knows I've been banging on about FrogCode for sometime now and from Austen onwards, you should be able to request access to this fantastic tool. I've been playing with it since Christmas and have a lot of '3/4' finished widgets. I'm slowly tidying them up, submitting them to @Chris.Smith to check my code doesn't break anything and releasing them on the Community. Having just gone through that process for the activity timer and folder search, I'm ready to find time to do the next couple. So, which ones would you like me to for finish next? Here's the list: Happy to explain what each of these are, or perhaps these aren't the widgets you care about. Let me know, otherwise I'll just pick myself.
  11. Hi all, At long last and much requested, you can now download and install an activity timer widget. Teachers can set 3, 5, 10 or 15 minutes or enter a time manually. The timer can be paused, stopped etc… It even plays an alert sound when the time is up. https://www.frogcommunity.com/frogcode/showcase
  12. Graham Quince

    Widget ideas

    I was all excited the other day and showed off my first widget. Speaking to @clangstaff he suggested we create a thread asking for ideas about what widgets you want built. It would be cool when FrogCode is released to have a bunch of widgets ready to go, but Chris' suggestion went further: "wouldn't it be great to have a section on the forums where people could post requests, and those school devs who can make widgets were able to respond and build them". Current thinking is about FrogCode and widgets. You will be able to share and download widgets from the FrogStore but these widgets will have their code "locked". We'll be creating an area on the community site where you'll be able to share "open" widgets if you wish. So...given all that, let's start with a list here of widgets you'd like to see and if this is successful, we'll expand it into it's own section
  13. Hi folks, I know we've been talking about FrogCode IDE for some time, but today I got my hands on an alpha build. With only a few pointers from @Chris.Smith, I've been able to build a widget in Frog. I've called it Embed or Link and it's a widget which detects if you're trying to embed a website which cannot be embedded because it doesn't have HTTPS security. If it can't be embedded it provides a link instead. Using basic IF statements in Javascript, I was able to really quickly assemble a widget (less than an hour). The screenshot below shows four examples of it in action. Hopefully you can see it also takes embed codes! There is literally not much work left by Chris and the team before we start talking to schools for a beta trial. If you're comfortable with code and would like to be part of the beta trial, let me know here or PM me.
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