Creating a Project

A project with multiple application files starts the same as a single application file project. Select File > New > Storyboard Application or create a new project using the Photoshop Import feature.

A project can accommodate multiple stand-alone applications that share project images and script resources. You can add an additional application file to an existing project in multiple ways:

For a multiple application project to function as a whole, application files need to reference one another. Select the application from the Application Model View and in the Properties View, select Add external model resource button. In the next dialog select the .gde file that was created in Step 2 and press OK.

To add layers from an external model to a local application:

To create a transition from a source application screen to an external application screen, add actions to an application that perform a screen change.

Before launching a multi-file application with the simulator, the external .gde files have to be referenced in the Simulator Configurations dialog.

To manage the runtime configurations, select Run > Storyboard Simulator Configurations. A list of available models that can be included in the runtime export used with Storyboard Engine is in the selected project folder. To apply changes, select Apply and then Run.

If no conflicts occur within the selected applications, they are merged and converted into a single unified application at runtime. If conflicts exist, they must be resolved before the application can merge.