A developer’s reflection on learning the LTI standard

I’ve been a developer on the Rustici Engine team at Rustici Software for a little over a year now, and in that time I’ve learned all about various learning standards and how our products support them. Recently, I was tasked with implementing support for a new standard called Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) in Rustici Engine. I knew very little about LTI before this, so I began my journey into learning the standard the way most developers would: by reading the specs. It wasn’t long before I realized there was a lot of information to take in—the difference between platforms and tools, the single and multi-tenant integration models, the various versions of the specification, and the security implementation details associated with each version. Now that I’m on the other side of that work, I’m here to share my experience with learning and implementing a standard like LTI from the ground up.

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