.Net implementation integrated into an LMS
I work for Rediteq (http://rediteq.fi/en/) and we are hoping to integrate H5P into our LMS because it sounds like a perfect fit for our customers. The technology stack we are using is C#.Net (MVC) with SQL Server on the backend. I have been going through the available documentation and implementations for other technologies, but it has been fairly hard going to discern what is relevant or where to start. Our intention is to release our H5P implementation to the public, once we get it working, although it won't be as complete a "plugin model" as for example the Wordpress plugin. Probably better consider it as a starting point from which other .Net developers could begin their own implementations.
So, to begin with I would have a few questions:
Among the documentation are comments like "We will make available documentation and tutorials for creating platform integrations in the future." Is there an estimate or roadmap of when this kind of documentation would be produced?
If I've understood correctly, I can take the static resources (.js, .css, images, etc.) from https://github.com/h5p/h5p-php-library ? Can the .js and .css be packaged together and served to pages as two files?
From the above mentioned repo, I would then need to replace the php files with new .Net implementations. The trouble I am having is identifying what are the public ajax end points that need to be implemented (Controller methods for the .Net MVC term)
Thank you in advance for any help.