JLanguageLearn 1.3.0

JLanguageLearn is the first generic language course.

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What's new in JLanguageLearn 1.3.0:

  • This version finally contains the functionality to configure FTP servers.
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GPL v3 
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DEVELOPED BY:
JLanguageLearn Team
HOMEPAGE:
jlanguagelearn.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Utilities
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JLanguageLearn is the first generic language course. It is published under GPL v3 and is written in Java. It uses XML to define different types of lessons. Currently there are 4 types of lessons:

■ Gap Lesson
■ Grid Lesson
■ Conjugation Lesson
■ Puzzle Lesson

JLanguageLearn is a generic language course. With XML you can define lessons with then are displayed by JLanguageLearn. Currently there are the following lesson types:

■ Gap lesson
■ Conjugation lesson

If you would like to define a lesson you need to know a little bit of XML and for a lesson to be a good lesson you need to record audio files, and that's it.

First of all you need to know the general file structure of JLanguageLearn:

■ Gap lesson
■ Conjugation lesson

If you would like to define a lesson you need to know a little bit of XML and for a lesson to be a good lesson you need to record audio files, and that's it.

First of all you need to know the general file structure of JLanguageLearn:
JLanguageLearn-Folder

jll.jar
resources
logo.jpg
speakerIcon.jpg
units
exampleunit
unit.xml
info.html
*.mp3

Now, to define a lesson, you only need to create a new subfolder in folder units. Let's call the subfolder you've created unit1.

In this subfolder you need the file unit.xml to define the lesson itself. And now we begin to define the lesson type Gap lesson.

Last updated on October 3rd, 2008

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