Shhh. It’s been very quiet around these parts lately. We’ve been hammering away on a new way to work with SCORM Cloud, and, well, it means we’ve been neglecting the blog.
This week, though, we’re going to be releasing SCORM Cloud in its beta for all of you to try, if you like. Over time, you’ll see there are many things to be done with SCORM Cloud, but for today, we’re going to start with the most basic.
SCORM Cloud will be the new home of the artist formerly known as Test Track
First of all, don’t freak out.
We know that Test Track is really important to many of you. In some regards, Test Track is important to SCORM itself, since so many people use it to see if their content functions properly. I’ll just say it now… you’ll still be able to use
Test Track SCORM Cloud to do your content testing. And you won’t have to pay for it.
See? Everything is going to be OK.
In an effort to save heavy Test Track users from any thumb sucking moments, I thought I’d share a couple of the basic functions of SCORM Cloud… import and testing content.
Importing content should be easy, and it is.
Test Your Content
Testing content, like importing it, should be really simple. Try this.
All of the functionality from Test Track remains, including file by file edits, saved debug logs, and…
So, come check out the beta later this week. And if you see something you don’t like or something that you could do before but now you can’t, tell us about it. We want to hear.