D.O.P.E. Development

Many years ago I worked with a team of developers and media experts to create an Interactive Videodisc. The computer language used was called micro-NATAL. I wrote close to 25,000 lines of code to make the videodisc program work. The downside was that it was written in a language that could not be reused.

This video will show how you can leverage Adobe Animate to a variety of platforms. This allows you to develop once and then play it anywhere. That’s where the term D.O.P.E. comes from (Develop Once – Play Everywhere).

So, if you are looking to improve your development skills to make your eLearning better and more engaging, take a look at this video.

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