Producing content for mobile devices raises the issue of testing the content in a situation as close as possible to the reality. Most of the time, you’ll only test the HTML 5 output of Captivate only on the mobile device you own or, even worse, in the desktop version of an HTML 5 web browser. If you are a Mac user, there is an easy way to test the behavior of your Captivate HTML 5 content on iOS devices, without even owning such a device.
In this post i’ll explain how I tweaked the networking preferences of vmWare Fusion in order to cope with the requirements of the Mac os X Mountain Lion Support Essentials book by Kevin White and Gordon Davisson
I’m currently working on an eLearning project for which I need to use Captivate along with vmWare Fusion. If virtualization brings a lot of advantages to the eLearning developer, I found out that Captivate and virtualization do not get along very well. While I’m still looking for the perfect solution, I’d like to share some of my findings and some tips and tricks that I acquired along the way.