A Step-by-Step Guide to Building a Mobile App With Lectora

Sergey Snegirev, Lectora customer and longtime, highly active Trivantis Community member, will explain the process behind building a mobile app using Lectora 16. Sergey will also share his impressions of the new Responsive Course Design (RCD) functionality and outline the time-saving techniques for responsive courses he wishes he’d used when building the app—so that you can learn from his experience!

Check out the source files here: https://community.trivantis.com/shared-content/luc-2016-app-assets/

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    Mike Nelson

    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, Sergey! This gave me the information I needed to get started building and publishing my own app.

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    D Noctor

    Hi there Sergey, many thanks for putting up the files. I have had a chance to play around with them. I am especially interested in the fixed position header you have used. While I know the top header you created is for mobile phones… and as a result is “left aligned”… any suggestions as to how to achieve a top fixed header (menu) that can be aligned in the center when viewing in desktop mode? Yours is the closest I’ve seen to fixed headers working in Lectora responsive design… but as a course is normally center aligned, my current end result is a course that is center aligned as normal, but with a fixed top header that is offset to the left. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

  3. Dan Baxa

    I am making a App using Lectora 2013. I want the user to click on the phone number and it automatic dials it. Where in the action can I find this?