I'll preface this by saying I'm not sure of much of the vocabulary involved here - so I might not know the term I need to be asking about. Nor am I sure that here is the best place to ask it.This is my first shot at working in Animate but I'm pretty well versed in the rest of the Adobe CC Suite.
I'm working on a proof-of-concept for an interactive map graphic - a map with a two actions:
A mouseover event that highlights a map pin
An event that slides an info sidebar graphic on-screen when I click the map pin.
From what I've found, it seems like Adobe Animate is the best program to build my project in. I've used the following Adobe Animate tutorial to walk me through as much of the process as possible here - notably I'm most interested in Step 5 - Adding Interactivity.
My goal is to be able to export the final graphic as a stand-alone file from Animate to a tablet. I can't seem to understand how to export this as a functioning stand-alone file.
Is there a way to export an interactive graphic from Animate in some standalone format and have it function as it does in the test browser of the program - or is Animate even the ideal program to be trying to build this in?