9 Examples of What’s Possible When You Combine Storyline with JavaScript

While you don’t need to know Javascript to create highly interactive e-learning in Storyline, it can come in handy for creating dynamic content like random number or word generators, ordered lists, printable journals or workbooks—you name it! The possibilities are dazzling. To see just a little bit of what folks are doing with JavaScript and Storyline, check out these examples:

  • Find your perfect L&D job title with this fun generator by Trina Rimmer.
  • Challenge developer Zsolt Olah to a virtual game of Rock-Paper-Scissors in this video interview demo.
  • Ask learners to note their reactions to difficult situations and then see how their responses compare to those of an expert’s, in this scenario by Tracy Carroll.
  • See how you can create a dynamically-completed printable workbook in this demo by Matthew Bibby.
  • Tweet your latest updates from within this Storyline demo by Phil Mayor.
  • See how this creative demo by Nancy Woinoski uses JavaScript to convert lengths of time from minutes to hours and minutes.
  • Take a spin of the wheel of scenario fortune to get matched up with a random scenario in this demo by Tania Vercoelen.
  • Integrate a forecast into your course! This weather app by Aman Vohra dynamically displays the latest weather in Delhi by grabbing info from the Yahoo! Weather API.
  • This demo by Phil Mayor lets learners create a dynamically ordered list—a receipt for their shopping!  

Feeling inspired? Learn more about using JavaScript in this article and see more examples of Storyline with JavaScript in this Challenge recap. Need help? Share your questions and conundrums in the forums to get help from the E-Learning Heroes community.