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* [[Developer Area/Plugin migration between Mahara 1.3 and 1.4|Plugin migration between Mahara 1.3 and 1.4]] Notes to help upgrade or backport Mahara plugins
 
* [[Developer Area/Plugin migration between Mahara 1.3 and 1.4|Plugin migration between Mahara 1.3 and 1.4]] Notes to help upgrade or backport Mahara plugins
 
* [http://mahara.org/view/view.php?id=39443 Tutorial for creating a Mahara blocktype plugin]
 
* [http://mahara.org/view/view.php?id=39443 Tutorial for creating a Mahara blocktype plugin]
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* [https://mahara.hrz.tu-darmstadt.de/view/view.php?id=5259 Artefact plugin template] by Angela Karl
  
 
If you want to include third-party code as a part of your plugin, please verify that that code is compatible with GPL v3, which is the license that the Mahara is licensed under.
 
If you want to include third-party code as a part of your plugin, please verify that that code is compatible with GPL v3, which is the license that the Mahara is licensed under.

Revision as of 21:16, 29 September 2013

Note: If you are looking for plugins to download, you can browse a list of them at http://wiki.mahara.org/Plugins

Mahara has a highly pluggable architecture. Currently, you can write plugins for authentication, content types (artefacts), blocks, notifications, search and more. In addition, you can theme Mahara, and also translate the UI to different languages.

Developer Documentation

If you want to include third-party code as a part of your plugin, please verify that that code is compatible with GPL v3, which is the license that the Mahara is licensed under.

You can verify license compatibility using the following references:

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