Qualified uses a slightly customized form of Github-Flavored Markdown for editing challenge instructions.
You can learn more about using Markdown here.
In addition to GFM, which already provides support for fenced code blocks, we also support providing examples in multiple languages. Simply stack fenced code blocks back to back. The languages that are not relevant to the context will be filtered out. You can use the language tabs at the top of the preview pane to set the language display context.
- We highly recommend that you provide language examples within the description to help clarify how the expected code might be used.
- Fun back stories to the challenge can make things interesting, but try not to lean in to the story so much that the requirements get lost. Remember that the candidate or student is taking a test - they are likely already stressed by the idea of being graded as it is, so try to make their task as transparent as possible.
Challenge VersionsSemantic Versioning system for Qualified Challenges
Challenge: Advanced Test CasesDetails about advanced test reporting features such as hidden, weighted and tagged test cases
Challenge: Carry Forward SolutionsDetails about how to write a challenge that will candidates to pull and modify a previous solution to another challenge.
Code Challenge Editor IDEReference for editing code challenges in the Qualified online IDE
Code Challenge: Language GeneratorHow to use the Language Generator
Quiz Challenge QuestionsReference for editing the questions on quiz challenges