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Enhanced Features of Lectora 17 for Effective Rapid Elearning Part 1 – 2

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As part of our exploration in rapid eLearning authoring tool, we have explored Lectora 17, the newest version of Lectora Inspire. This rapid eLearning authoring tool comes with many new features and enhancements to create effective custom elearning, rapid elearning, responsive mobile learning and Flash to HTML5 conversion. In this blog, as part of blog series, we will see what’s new in Lectora 17, in other words Enhancements in Lectora 17 compared to Lectora 16. These enhancements include Updated Camtasia and Snagit Versions, Convert Shapes to Buttons, Initially Disabled State for Buttons, Create Image Buttons with Disabled State, SVG Rendering of Shapes and Buttons and maintaining aspect ratio.
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Case Study: Using JavaScript in Lectora Inspire

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JavaScript lets you push the boundaries and extend the functionality of authoring tools Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, Lectora Inspire, etc. Swift eLearning has great expertise in all the major eLearning authoring tools. In this case study, one of our clients wanted to build simulation based elearning as part of their application training. And this was possible by using JavaScript in Lectora Inspire After considering all the options, we have used selected Lectora Inspire. The simulation based training is highly useful to train people who are in high-risk situations. For example, Medicine, Military, Aviation, Software and Banking industries.