Our client wants to build courses with no back-next buttons, but Single Page Applications (SPAs) with vertical scrolling. Will this be possible with Inspire? Which Inspire version supports SPAs with scrolling anchor tag facilities? Any Pros and Cons of this design? Any suggestions will be helpful.
Further to my above post, adding: In Inspire, we need to give a page height (custom size) for each type of view. However, in SPA design, each page can be of different size depending on the content. Can this be implemented?
With version 17 you can keep a page scenario and achieve it like you want using seamless play. With older versions..well you have to build a real one-page to hold all pages you use.
Here you find a sample of a solution like that i made a while ago.
This is made in V16, so then this was the only way you could create a SPA-look-a-like in Lectora. In V17, you now can take use of ‘Seamless Play’ to do the same thing and get something SPA-ish. If i got some spare time i might mock it up…
‘Seamless Play’ is about loading the subsequent pages to eliminate the screen wipe. This option doesn’t seem to be for SPAs. Any ideas? Math, however, you solution is quite good. Does it work for RCDs?
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