It is not in my habits to make a review of a product right on the day it is released. But with Captivate 8, I’m going to make an exception. Among the new features brought by Captivate is a game changer for the eLearning industry. The Responsive Projects allows you to optimise your eLearning content for the desktop, the tablet and the smartphone using a simple interface and three breakpoints. With such feature plus a brand new user interface and tons of other enhancements, no doubt that Adobe Captivate 8 is a milestone in Captivate’s history and sets new standards for the eLearning Authoring tools of the next few years.
Last week, I had this wonderful opportunity to teach a Dreamweaver CC class in Saudi Arabia, a country, I never went to before. In this post, I want to relate my experience in teaching this Dreamweaver Class to perfect newbies in web development as well as my excitement in re-discovering this application that once was my main working tool.
It’s finally here. After 6 month of hard work, Packt Publishing has released my latest book on February 23rd 2014. In this post I want to share some of the insights of this project in an attempt to give you a sense of how these books are made and of what it feels like to be a published author for the third time.
Back in june 2013, Adobe has released the newest version of Captivate. Now that I’ve been using Captivate 7 for the last few weeks, I’d like to share some of my thoughts and findings with you. My main objective is to create a discussion around Captivate, eLearning and the future of this great authoring tools from Adobe.
A few Month ago, Packt Publishing has released a nice video series on Captivate called "Fast Track to Captivate 6". It was made by my good friend Anita Horsley from South Carolina. Last week, I finally had a chance to put my hands on these videos and have a look at Anita's work. In this blog post, I want to share my thoughts on Anita's work with you.
Producing content for mobile devices raises the issue of testing the content in a situation as close as possible to the reality. Most of the time, you’ll only test the HTML 5 output of Captivate only on the mobile device you own or, even worse, in the desktop version of an HTML 5 web browser. If you are a Mac user, there is an easy way to test the behavior of your Captivate HTML 5 content on iOS devices, without even owning such a device.