The SCORM API wrapper (v1.1.7) has been updated to automatically set the initial course status and the exit status.
The point of my SCORM API wrapper is to make working with SCORM easier. These two new functions are intended to ensure you follow best practices with your SCORM code while reducing the amount of tedious code you will need to write for your course.
Ok, I just had to write a quick blurb about this one: in about 3.5 years of using SCORM in my own course code, I had never used
cmi.core.exit (SCORM 1.2) or
cmi.exit (SCORM 2004). Seems incredibly daft of me now that I’ve taken a few minutes to review the documentation.
Today, I’m going to explain how to add SCORM code to a plain HTML file. This example uses SCORM 1.2 syntax, but as I explain at the end of the tutorial, it’s really easy to edit the code to use SCORM 2004 syntax.
Here’s a quick tutorial for adding basic SCORM functionality to an existing Flash file. This tutorial aims to demonstrate just how easy it can be to add SCORM functionality to an existing Flash movie.
Please note that this tutorial uses ActionScript 3 and SCORM 1.2, but the same principles apply for ActionScript 2 and SCORM 2004.
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!
Here’s a simple example of how the SCORM AS3 class can be utilized. (This example uses SCORM 2004 calls.)