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Posts by Learning Dojo

5 Cross-Platform Native Mobile Development Tools

For this post I am going to share 5 of my favorite cross-platform native mobile development tools. All these tools allow you to build native […]

Building a Simple jQuery Mobile Custom eLearning Course Player

Why build a custom player? I love working with custom code. I think it allows us to break free of any standard eLearning tool capabilities […]

6 Recording Tips for Better Screen Recording Videos

Since I create a lot of training I have picked up a few things that help for creating good screen recordings. It is not as […]

Build Responsive Light-weight HTML5 Learning with Skeleton CSS

It’s pretty standard to web design to make your HTML responsive and I think that should cross over to the learning products that we create […]

Using Hamburgler.js to Create a Custom HTML 5 Course Menu

When you are building custom eLearning courses you will at some point need to create a menu. Sure you could custom code it but why […]

Why Would You Learn to Code as an eLearning Developer?

There was a time in the learning industry that when we were not afraid to build custom eLearning using tools like Flash. If we had […]

Articulate Storyline Variables – True/False Variables

So I have already talked about number variables and text variables so that only leaves one more kind of variable that I can talk about […]

Using Timeline Triggers in Articulate Storyline 2

With the release of Articulate Storyline 2 it brought a whole slew of new features that developers can use for their eLearning course creation. One […]

Creating a Printable Notes Feature in Articulate Storyline

One thing that I was recently asked to see if we could have inside of Articulate Storyline was a way for a student to enter […]

Articulate Storyline Variables – Number Variables

In my last Articulate Storyline post I talked about variables in general and then went into more detail with explaining how text variables would work. […]

Articulate Storyline Variables – Text Variables

One of the best parts of Articulate Storyline that really makes it so flexible is the ability to use variables. Variables have been around for […]

6 JavaScript Libraries That Can Be Used for Custom Learning

While I still love working with standard eLearning tools like Articulate Storyline 2, Adobe Captivate and Trivantis Lectora there are times or needs that come […]

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