Sharing Steven’s Node.js library for our SCORM Cloud API

I always find it worthwhile to make our customers aware of what other customers are doing in case they find it helpful. Recently, our customer Steven Westmoreland, did some work around the SCORM Cloud API that I thought was worth sharing.

We occasionally have people contact us looking for a JavaScript, or Node.js specifically, client library for our SCORM Cloud API. We don’t create one ourselves at this time. However, Steven has done the community a huge solid by open sourcing his SCORM Cloud API Wrapper and providing some instructions for getting started with Node.js for Cloud on his site.

If you’re someone looking to integrate SCORM Cloud into your Node application this could be a great place to get started. The wrapper Steven has created currently supports most of the SCORM Cloud API Services and is available from both npm and GitHub.

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