You’re probably here because you’re curious whether Hype animations can be used within your LMS or SCORM-enabled system. The Answer is yes. There’s a couple tools which our users have brought to our attention that makes this process easier:
SCORM Manifest File Generators - Dreamweaver Extension & Grunt
Many of our users have successfully embedded Tumult Hype documents within Learning Management Systems (LMS), which use the SCORM system. Part of the process of embedding content within SCORM is creating a manifest file of all resources used in the SCORM wrapper. The extension on this page can be used to create a manifest file based on Hype resources.
You can also find a Grunt task on this page for automatically generating a Manifest file. (Github repo here)
If you have questions about working with Tumult Hype documents in a SCORM environment, Michael Frost at Elearningproducts.com.au has experience with this process.
The Tin Can API
TinCanAPI.hype.zip (32.8 KB) manifest-file-generator.zip (174.8 KB)