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Directory / Macromedia / Flash

Application for creating interactive animations viewable as stand-alone players or within a we browser using the Shockwave player plug-in.

According to the Macromedia website:

Macromedia Flash Learning Extensions Updates the built-in Macromedia Flash Learning Interaction SmartClips to include improved KnowledgeTrack capabilities to send item-level data via the AICC Web protocol.

Macromedia Flash SCORM Pre-configured publishing templates for Macromedia Flash 5 that include the JavaScript code for minimal code for ADL SCORM or AICC API-style communication. Quickly publish ADL compliant content from Macromedia Flash without using the Dreamweaver SCORM RTI extension.

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