Now that my version of the Adobe Captivate publishing template for SCORM 2004 is on GitHub, it has become a living document, bound to get updates (major and minor) from time to time. For those of you unfamiliar with GitHub, it’s a nifty site for storing code; it provides issues list for tracking bugs, it enables people to leave comments or make code suggestions, and it even lets you copy an entire open-source project with a single click!
Since the code for my templates will remain on GitHub, I highly suggest checking in from time to time to see if the code has been updated. I won’t be posting a blog entry on pipwerks.com for every little edit I make to the code.
Speaking of edits, I made two or three tonight, spurred by an insightful comment from Jimmi Thøgersen. He noticed a bug or two, and explained some of Saba’s bugginess — thanks Jimmi! If you know of any oddities or bugs, please let me know by posting an issue on GitHub.
Thank you for your clear explanation on SCORM and the code. It helps me a lot to understand under the hood of captivate scorm package. I really enjoy reading your articles.
@sami you’re welcome, glad you find it helpful
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