Dustin shows not just how to use the HTML5 converter, but also how to convert this into an iPad app and test it using Adobe PhoneGap. Now to see if we can build all this into a seamless workflow for you in our upcoming versions J
If you are reading this, you might also be interested in the Captivate HTML5 contest. This is a great opportunity to showcase your skills in authoring HTML5 based eLearning content, and to win yourself one of three 32GB iPads! Even if you aren’t quite ready to create your own content, check out some of the great submissions thus far- to get an idea on what HTML5 based eLearning has to offer.
You must have already heard about the Adobe Captivate HTML5 Contest that began on 13th January. I’m sure you would be all excited to participate in the contest. So I thought of helping you out with some resources to make your task easier 🙂
To create an eLearning course in HTML5 format, you will need a copy of Adobe Captivate 5.5 and HTML5 Converter. You will have to create the eLearning course using Adobe Captivate 5.5 and then convert it to HTML5 format using HTML5 Converter for Adobe Captivate.
If you don’t have a licensed version of Adobe Captivate 5.5, don’t worry. Click Continue reading…