Importing interactive HTML5 content to Storyline2 (e.g. from Adobe Animate CC)

A SWF/HTML issue from another perspective ...

I have always looked upon Articulate products as perfect for scalable solution. Interactivity that could not be achieved in Presenter or frame based animations in combination with Storyline could be produces in other programs and embedded in the Articulate tool as swf files. Thus more complex content could be used when necessary.

Is it possible to produce frame based animations and interactive parts in, for instance Adobe Animate CC, publish it from Animate CC as HTML5 and then embed it into a Storyline production. The result should then show the animations, let the user interact whit it in a controlled way as is possible with imported swf inte Storyline today.

I would be most grateful for any advice in this matter.

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Leslie McKerchie

Hey Alison,

I understand that it can be confusing. 

To clarify, those are the scenarios we support:

  1. Hosting your web object online
  2. Having an index file locally to point to

Were you able to take a look at the first option of hosting online to see if that worked as expected for you?

Outside of the options documented, we may have community solutions like Joy shared above, and I'm glad that was able to work for you.

Alison Coops

My html file is not hosted online. The html file does not have be be named
index. Naming it index doesn't make it visible in the dialog box. I was
bringing in an Animated clip that I had created in Animate CC. I couldn't
find any documentation anywhere except for Joy's document. It worked
beautifully.

Thanks,

*Alison *