Something I have never done, but it has come up for a new project I’m working on. I’m developing a training game using a game development tool (Godot). Godot can export to an HTML target, which I could then import into a web window. Is there any straightforward way for the web window to communicate with the course? At a minimum, to send a Boolean indicating that the student passed or failed, so the course can tell the LMS?
@klaatu, like I say, I have not done this. Do you mean that JS in my game could set a variable which would be visible to the Lectora course’s JS, which in turn could set a Lectora variable that I could then test to determine pass/fail? Or would JS in the web window be able to directly set the JS equivalent of a Lectora variable?
This is an over simplification, you still need to set up a dummy test in Lectora and if memory serves me correct, you might have other default Lectora test settings that need to be adjusted (perhaps include test score in overall score needs to be unchecked because there is no (Lectora) test score?)
If you have a sample, including the Godot content authoring files, time permitting I will try to work on it. No promises though as I am busier than a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs.