WARNING: the updated version of this repo is now here OpenVidu/full-teaching
FullTeaching is an educational web application to make online classes easy for teachers as well as students. Its current main features are the following:
Teachers can create all the courses they want and easily invite their students. Every user will see their courses and sessions well ordered on their dashboards.
Teachers can stablish an unlimited number of classes for each course, indicating the content and date for each one of them.
A calendar view is provided in order to check all your classes at a glance.
Every course has a forum where the users can open entries, write comments and reply others so they can share doubts and knowledge.
Teachers have an advanced system for attaching files to a course. They can customize groups of files, name them as they want and reorder them at any moment. The uploading process has been greatly simplified.
Dashboard: all your courses and your calendar
Calendar: here you have all your sessions, with direct access to their specific course
Classes: ordered by date, teachers can easily add new ones and modify existing ones
Forum: unlimited entries for posting all your questions
Files: advanced tree structure to keep all the course's files clear and tidy
Adding students to the course is as simple as pasting their emails. FullTeaching will automatically do the rest
To get FullTeaching working in the easiest way, you just have to download the file above
docker-compose.yml and run
docker-compose up in its directory. This will pull all the necessary images from DockerHub and will execute everything (it will take one minute after the pull ends). Go to
http://localhost:5000/ and there you have it!
You will need some user data to test the features. These are the default users for the demo:
To get a full development version of the app just execute the following commands:
$ java -version
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-installer
Angular-cli ( which requires Node.js > 4.x.x and npm > 3.x.x )
$ node -v $ npm -v $ ng --version
$ sudo apt-get install nodejs $ sudo apt-get install npm $ npm install -g angular-cli
$ mvn -v
$ sudo apt-get install maven
$ mysql --version
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install mysql-server $ sudo mysql_secure_installation
First of all, it is necessary to create a schema for MySQL:
$ mysql -u root -p $ CREATE DATABASE full_teaching; $ exit
Then we can build and run the project:
$ git clone https://github.com/pabloFuente/full-teaching.git $ cd ./full-teaching/angular-cli-project/ $ npm install $ cd ../ $ ./BuildFrontJarAndRun.sh
This clones the project in your working directory, installs dependencies with
npm install and executes the
BuildFrontJarAndRun.sh builds the FrontEnd with angular-cli, copies all generated files to the Backend
static folder, builds and generates the jar with maven and runs the jar file.
http://localhost:5000/ and there you have it! Every time you modify the Front or Back, you can just execute
BuildFrontJarAndRun.sh and all the changes will be applied.
Before executing the script to build and run the app, it is necessary to change the following properties of
application.properties file to match your credentials for MySQL:
You may have to change permissions in order to execute the scripts.
These instructions have been tested for Ubuntu 14.04