Apply an Action and an Event: how to add interactions tutorial:

 

An event reveals what the reader is doing on the tablet, an action is the behavior of an object after the event has occurred.
Interactivity is conceived as an action (or a list of actions) attached to an event that affects the object, triggered by the reader.

To make an object interactive, first click on it, and then move to the actions panel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At the top of the event panel you can select the event to which you intend to attach the behavior (action) or list of behaviors (actions).

Accelerometer: the reader’s gesture of moving the device in the space, obtaining a “gravity” effect.
Drag: accepts only Drag Object action.
Load: the page appears.
Pinch Close: the reader’s gesture of simultaneously moving two fingers inwards on the object is fired.
Pinch Open: The reader’s gesture of simultaneously moving two fingers outwards on the object is triggered.
Shake: the reader’s gesture of shaking the device.
Show: the object is shown on the page.
Swipe Down: the reader’s gesture of swiping the object downwards is fired.
Swipe Left: the reader’s gesture of swiping the object to the left is fired.
Swipe Right: the reader’s gesture of swiping the object to the right is fired.
Swipe Up: the reader’s gesture of swiping the object upwards is fired.
Tap
Touch Down: the reader’s gesture of touching the object is fired.
Touch Up: the reader’s gesture of raising their finger up from the object is fired.

Then, by clicking on [Add new action], select the desired action from the list of available actions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By clicking on each action-button a box appears at the bottom of the panel; where you can find the specific proprieties of the selected action.

Clicking on [Add new action], select the desired action from the list of the available
actions.

Each chosen action is represented by a button bearing the name of the action and the object it refers to.

By applying more than one action, you will obtain a vertical list of buttons.
These can be shuffled around, so you can personalize the running order of sequence of the actions.

By default, the listed actions are performed one after the other. It is possible to perform them at the same time by dragging the action buttons close to one another and linking them.

Subsequent actions, contemporary actions