Moodle software gets updated constantly. The latest official update of Moodle is version 3.2 and MoodleFreak has worked with the majority of Moodle’s previous versions. After all, we started developing Moodle environments in 2007 when it was version 1.8. 10 Years later we still develop Moodle environments for our clients. We have a lot of experience, offer great service and can give you a good estimate of the costs involved for a particular project. Are you looking for a great Moodle Developer? Look no further — you’ve come to the right place.
Due to our extensive experience with Moodle, we know exactly what is and isn’t possible. This also means that we develop new plugins on the basis of the Moodle Standard. We try to stick with the core of Moodle as much as possible. This minimizes the chance that the plugin doesn’t function anymore in a later version of the Moodle platform.
Moodle Developer Costs
We work with a small group of experts who all know the ins and outs of the Moodle platform. This means that we can offer you a fair price for our services. In our discussion with you, we talk about the must-haves and nice-to-haves for the project. On this basis we can estimate the amount of hours required for the development of your new plugin, or for the update of your existing plugin.
Custom-Made Moodle Solutions
Sure, you can download the Moodle platform and simply host it on your own server. After all, Moodle is open source. However, we find that many Moodle users have specific wishes. They prefer working with custom-made layouts, specific plugins or integrations with other software. Generally this is not possible without the help of a Moodle Developer. In other words, custom-made solutions allow you to get the best of what the Moodle environment offers. Anything is possible, but our top priority is making a plugin user-friendly. Would you like to see a few examples of some custom-made Moodle plugins MoodleFreak created? Or do you have a specific question about what we can do for you? Please contact us — we’d love to sit around the table and discuss your project.