I’m currently working on a tutorial explaining how to add SCORM code to an ordinary Flash file. Here’s a teaser: a very simple Flash movie I made using some images from NASA. It’s called PLANETS!
A few people have contacted me to let me know the ZIP file for the SCORM ActionScript 3 example was missing the FLA file. Whoopsies! I’ve added the source files back to the FLA. You can download it from the downloads page. Thanks to everyone for letting me know. I usually work on this stuff at night after I get home from work, so sometimes I get sleepy and mix my files up. 🙂
A number of people emailed me reporting problems using the demonstration files for the ActionScript 3 SCORM class. Turns out the imsmanifest.xml file was causing the problems; apparently, one of the supporting XML files was corrupt. After creating a new imsmanifest.xml file and bringing in fresh copies of all the supporting XML files (the ADL/IMS stuff), the example launches as expected. The new demo files pass the ADL SCORM 2004 Test Suite (both the SCO RTE conformance test and the Manifest Utility Test). They also work fine in Moodle (v1.8), which seems to be the LMS of choice for most …
Finally got around to making some Flash files that demonstrate the pipwerks SCORM ActionScript classes. I’ve created examples for both AS2 and AS3. You can get them here.
Both of these examples have been successfully tested using the latest ADL test suites for SCORM 1.2 and 2004.