In my previous blog I mentioned how I am using Captivate from a web developer’s point of view. As I move more in this direction, focusing on mobile and measuring learning with Google Analytics, the tools are getting more complicated and exciting.
- I am successfully getting PhoneGap plugins to work when you “publish for devices” to PhoneGap Build.
- I am working on getting Firebase Authentication to function so a user can log in with Google, Facebook etc., so we can store custom variables on Google Firestore and retrieve them across multiple devices.
- I will be offering these Captivate generated Apps via the app stores for download to mobile devices.
- Updates to content will be automatic, because I am hosting mobile friendly web pages on Google Cloud Platform. The are wrapped in Captivate with web objects.
Here are my questions: If I publish all these customizations on Github with an open source license, would you as community members be interested in contributing to the project? Can you help me maintain the github repo? Do you see any drawbacks to sharing this information? Would you be interested in collaborating?
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