Posts tagged ‘LegacyCaptivateLoader’
Just a note to point out that I updated the LegacyCaptivateLoader example to use SWFObject 2.1 (dynamic publishing).
Sorry to give everyone the runaround, but after trying Google Code for a month, I found it seriously lacking and not very fun to use. Therefore as of tonight, all of my SCORM files (and other goodies) are back at pipwerks.com on a dedicated downloads page.
A few months ago I wrote about the dilemma of trying to load Captivate SWFs into an ActionScript 3-based parent SWF.
I present to you the ActionScript 3 class LegacyCaptivateLoader. This class utilizes ExternalInterface and a proxy SWF to facilitate sending commands to and querying data from an ActionScript 2-based Captivate SWF.
Posted Monday, January 14th, 2008.
Filed under e-learning with the tags ActionScript, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Captivate Hacks, Adobe Flash, development tools, e-learning, How-to, interface design, LegacyCaptivateLoader, technology
Update April 7, 2008: I’ve written a new AS3 class named LegacyCaptivateLoader that uses ExternalInterface to bridge the AS3 SWF and the Captivate SWF. Check it out. I guess I’m late to the party, but I only recently realized that although a Flash Player 9 SWF can load an older Flash Player 6/7/8 SWF, it [...]