JClic and JClic-repo
JClic is a free software project from the Catalan Educational Telematic Network (XTEC) for creating various types of interactive activities such as associations, puzzles, text activities, crosswords or puzzles, from elements of text, graphics and multimedia.
The program includes an authoring tool to create activities, a player and a reporting system that stores the results obtained by students. All these components, along with some guides and tutorials on how to create activities, are available in the clicZone.
Many teachers from different countries have used JClic to create interactive materials for a wide variety of levels, subjects, languages and curriculum areas. Some of these materials have been collected in a huge library created with jclic-repo, another open source project that will facilitate the publication of collections of JClic projects in static web hosting services.
- Support for special skins are not yet implemented. Only stock skins are available.
- Playing of MIDI files not yet implemented
- Loading of big (about 10MB) JClic project files from zipped files can crash on tablets and mobile devices with low memory resources. This is due to a known issue of JSZip.
- The project has been tested only with the latest versions of Chrome/Chromium and Firefox.
How to build JClic.js
npm to the latest version open a terminal and launch:
sudo npm install -g npm
We use Grunt for automation of building tasks. This package must be globally installed:
sudo npm install -g grunt-cli
To install the remaining packages, just go to the project's root directory and write:
This will install jQuery, Browserify and other needed components into
To build jclic.js, just invoke:
This will generate the file
jclic.min.js on the
To test the module and see the demo on your browser, launch the test server:
Full API documentation of jclic.js is available at: http://projectestac.github.io/jclic.js/doc
Sponsors that make possible JClic.js
JClic.js is an open-source project sustained by XTEC, the Telematic Network of the Catalan Ministry of Education.
Checking the operation of JClic.js on different browsers and platforms is now possible thanks to virtual machines provided by BrowserStack.
The production releases of JClic.js are smoothly distributed to the final users thanks to the JSDelivr network of servers.
We use Transifex as a platform to translate JClic.js into many languages. Please read TRANSLATIONS.md if you want to contribute to the project creating a new translation or improving the existing ones.