Installation with Composer

The most straightforward way to install Opigno is to execute this command in Composer:

composer create-project opigno/opigno-composer example-folder

Composer will install all dependencies required by Opigno LMS in folder 'example-folder'.

In case you don't have Composer on your server or local machine, you can install it by following an instruction at: Getting Started on

Installation with Docker image

The opigno/cli Docker image is primarily designed to run the OpignoLMS FPM instance. It includes minimal features or components, which makes it suitable for users to test OpignoLMS. Please note that this image is not recommended for production use.


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Latest release

Opigno 3.1.0 (Drupal 9)

Compatible with Drupal core 9.5.x

Community feature:

  • Create communities dedicated to specific topics
  • Invite other users and have group discussions
  • Find other users' communities to join

Added possibility to navigate within previous activities in case of free navigation.

Possibility for users to review answers to modules previously done without retaking modules, and to manually restart modules.

Additional compatibility improvements for PHP 8.1

Improved full screen mode for trainings

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Release roadmap

Next release

3.2.0 (Drupal 10)

  • Drupal 10 compatibility
  • Improvements of navigation and attempt management
  • Various additional improvements

Features in the pipe

  • New mobile application
  • Improved statistics
  • Improved messaging system
  • A tool for user challenges
  • Native rendering of activities on a mobile application, with offline availability
  • Integration of Moxtra live meeting API on mobile application
  • LTI Integration
  • e-Portfolio features
  • Export dashboards to .csv