Based on your feedback we have added two new features to our unique curriculum authoring tool within Codio called Codio Guides.
In late 2015 we released our educational tool Flode, a fully functional, web-based flow charting tool. The big difference? Flode’s flowcharts execute like regular code. It comes with a visual debugger that lets you step through the flowchart, watches variables and outputs data to a console.
Our content team have created a comprehensive sample project which covers everything you need to know about creating auto-marking code tests. To get started using this teaching resource, fork the project by navigating to Project > Fork and selecting "Box and Project".
Codio was a proud sponsor of StacsHack 2016, a student run hackathon at the University of St. Andrew's School of Computer Science. The 24 hour hackathon kicked off on Saturday morning with bagpipes!
In this second post in our series on how to create an online course using Codio Guides we will be showing you how to easily add media such as images and videos to your course. Part 1 covered the basics of Markdown, configuring pages and running code.