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Exporting is possible in the trial version. Could you tell us more details about at what point does the export fail for you?
Sencha Animator is a tool for creating CSS3 animations, and the exported animation consists of a HTML file and a folder with assets (images) that are included in the animation. The size of the export will depend on the animation complexity (the more keyframes, the more CSS3 code) and the size of the assets that you are using.
We don't have a bouncing ball demo, but you can see and download some other demos on our page: http://www.sencha.com/products/animator/demos/
Of the two demos. Kertz Ad demo worked fine. I could export the animation and its assets.
There is a demo i believe the correct name is "BallBounce". The demo works in the animator but it does not properly export the animation. There is a asset folder but with a text file and index.html file displays only a yellow box on top left hand corner.
Anyway i can try to test the application.
As much our applications are around HTML5 i have to ask whether Animator's export compatible with HTML5?
Are there any restrictions for using the exported file to html5?
I've realized that Bouncing Ball demo is on our tutorial page only. I could not discover any problems with it though, it seems to work fine. The project does not contain any images, so assets folder is empty (txt file there is just info). Which browser/version did you use to preview the exported animation?
Animator only exports HTML5. The animations are based on CSS3, and that is a part of HTML5 specification. As such, the animations will only work in browsers with HTML5 support, such as webkit based browsers (Chrome, Safari, iOS, Android) and Firefox. Per default, the exported project only supports webkit, and you can add Firefox support by checking 'Firefox' under Project->Browser Support. If you export without this option checked, it is possible that the animation will not behave correctly in Firefox. IE, Opera are not supported currently and the animations will not work correctly in these browsers.
I'm also using the trial, with intent to purchase. When exporting a project to an iBooks widget, the assets folder is always empty inside the widget folder. I'm working on a PC, but move everything to a MAC where I take care of the iBooks Author stuff.
Is this a known issue or am I missing something?
Using V1.5 Build 219 Channel: Release
Last edited by webreality; 25 Jul 2013 at 6:58 AM.
Reason: Added version info