Simple way to share completed HTML5 animated projects

Community Beginner ,
Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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Hi all, 

 

I aoplogize in advance for an eye roller of a n00b question, but here goes...

 

Is there a simple way to share completed HTML5 projects that are exported from Aniamte?

 

My team needs to share numerous, eight second HTML5 animated projects multiple times per week. Hoping to have the projects in a list format, with click to animate functionality. Is there a simple way to do this using Adobe apps? or adobe apps + google sites/drive?

 

The different options feel overwhelming right now and I am reluctant to pull the trigger on a direction until I have gathered enough input from people in the know.

 

To summarize - I am hoping to find a simple, web accessable holding area to dispay multiple HTML5 projects at once, which can be static until clicked on to show the animtation. Wondering if Adobe offeres something that can help me or if anyone has any other ideas. 

 

Thanks everyone,

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Has anyone used google sites for something like this? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021
if you wanted to share work with other creators that would continue to edit your projects, you would share the fla files and they could all be in the same folder and all packaged (eg, zipped) and they could use a file storage server like google drive, one drive, dropbox etc for sharing the actually published files so others could see (but not edit) your projects, you would put each project's published files (html, js and possible/probable needed folders with images and sounds) in its own folde...

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if you wanted to share work with other creators that would continue to edit your projects, you would share the fla files and they could all be in the same folder and all packaged (eg, zipped) and they could use a file storage server like google drive, one drive, dropbox etc

 

for sharing the actually published files so others could see (but not edit) your projects, you would put each project's published files (html, js and possible/probable needed folders with images and sounds) in its own folder on a file server. 

 

if i were you, the folder names would be the project name and the fla and final published files would have name index.  in my situation, i would create a folder at kglad.com (eg, projects) and put my project folders there:

 

in kglad.com (my file server)

 

projects/project1/index.html file, index.js file, images folder, sounds folder

projects/project2/index.html file, index.js file, images folder, sounds folder

projects/project3/index.html file, index.js file, images folder, sounds folder

etc.

 

then for everyone with whom i wanted to share my projects they would just use the urls:

 

www.kglad.com/projects/project1

www.kglad.com/projects/project2

www.kglad.com/projects/project3

etc

 

to view the projects in their browser.  once they learned the www.kglad.com/projects part, you would just need to tell the project names (project1,project2,project3 etc).

 

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Amazing. Thank you so much!

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you're welcome.

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