- The block can be added on the user's Dashboard page only. It has been designed like that on purpose, please do not report requirement to make this block available at other places. The reason is that with multiple instances, users might assume separate lists in each block. But there is a single list for each user.
- Users can add todo items, delete them and/or mark them as done. Rewording the existing item is not supported (if you need it, create a new item and delete the old one).
Apart from being quite useful per se, the main purpose of this plugin is to demonstrate usage of advanced coding techniques available in recent Moodle versions. Most notably:
- Rendering HTML output via Mustache templates
- AJAX based workflow of the elementary CRUD operations.
- Organising JS into AMD modules.
- Organising external functions into traits.
- Low-level access to the database via persistent models.
- Using exporters for handling the data structures in rendering and AJAX.
David Mudrák (Lead maintainer)
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