[Xerte] Re: Xenith - HTML5 Example Project

Adam Read aread at marjon.ac.uk
Wed Oct 31 14:31:55 GMT 2012

Hi Fay et al

Just wondering if there is a beta release of the Xenith code available anywhere as I'm itching to have a go at outputting some content in the new HTML5 interface?!

Kind regards
Adam Read BA (Hons) PG Cert ODE (Open)
Senior e-Learning Technologist
University College Plymouth St Mark & St John

From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] on behalf of Fay Cross [Fay.Cross at nottingham.ac.uk]
Sent: 12 October 2012 15:16
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Subject: [Xerte] Xenith - HTML5 Example Project


On Wednesday at the Xerte Project AGM we demonstrated the work we have done for the Xenith project - the new HTML5 interface for projects created in Toolkits.  Although it’s not quite ready to be added to installations yet you can see an example of a project viewed with the new interface here<http://ltdev.nottingham.ac.uk/xenith/play.html?data.xml>.

It isn’t finished and I know there’s a fair amount of work still to do (30+ more page types to be developed, more testing on various mobile devices etc.) but we are likely to release a version of it that you can add to your 1.8 installations of Toolkits in the next few weeks so you can try it with your own projects.

Thanks to everyone who has given me feedback over the last couple of days at the conference, I’ve fixed some of the bugs you let me know about but there’s still a list of many more I’ve yet to sort out!

Any more feedback’s welcome.


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