99 Practical Examples of Javascript in Storyline

 

99 Practical Examples to Use JavaScript with Storyline

UPDATE: No book but a live document collecting 99 Practical Online Programming examples with JavaScript. Pop(99);

https://www.rabbitoreg.com/examples/p99/#/

 

After years of coming up with practical solutions in javascript to support Storyline development, it's time to wrap them in a book. All in one solution for non-coders. Examples, how to use them, how to tweak them. Best practices, worst nightmares... Limited fluff. Limited geekness: IT'S ABOUT PROGRESS OVER PERFECTION.

There are great courses out there to each you to code. Yet, many of you said you found them boring. Why? Because they're teaching you how javascript works, not how to work javascript along with Storyline to build something faster, easier, better. That's the goal. It will be too light for programmers and too heavy if this is your first time opening up Storyline. If you're inbetween, and you want your elearning design/development to pop, you'll find 99 ways to do it. 

Would you be interested in the book?

Would you be interested in contributing some real-life examples to the book?

Let me know!  

As a reminder, Articulate does not officially support javascript (beyond the Execute Javascript trigger). 

32 Replies
Zsolt Olah

Thanks everyone for the interest! Good to know that there's an audience out there. Update: some great minds joined in and started sorting out the content areas. Thanks for all who jumped in! 

Then life happened (with projects and all)... I'm picking it up tomorrow. My goal is to complete it by Dec 31st. However, not as a book. As I was digging into the supporting materials, links, sites, videos, code, etc. I think it would be much more useful as a living online document (which we can edit any time and we don't have to wait until it's all written and published), so you can use it along with Storyline.   

smith kate

I have many examples of using JavaScript in storyline。

fullscreen,control the objects,control the progress,control the backmusic ,control the scroll panel,control other html5 file,show tips,draw in the storyline,send an e-mail to the teacher,show a picture when start,run only on a certain domain……

storyline with javascript can do anything.