Now I want my data i just brought in to be able to be used by construct2 and vica versa, be able to do calls to Construct 2 from our JS, and the other way around (from our JS to Construct 2). All of this will be inside an IFrame.
The game starts, construct 2 game runs in the background (some cars are moving around) while the first html & css modal appears on top of the construct 2. This is going to be a small questionnaire modal (age, where you're from, gender, ...) and all will be handled outside of the game/construct (the game is still running automatically in the back ground).
But then when the user completes his "registration" and clicks a button in html5/js ('Go to Game' or something), i have to trigger something in construct 2 so that the game goes from layout 1 to layout 2. I already know how to do this INSIDE construct 2, which is easy, but now i want it to work so that when a user presses a button in html5, a construct 2 function/event is called.
The game starts, does it's thing and after a certain period, say 5 seconds, another modal pops up with a question for the user. When he answers the question by clicking a button (in html5/js), the modal will disappear and something in construct 2 has to be triggered so that the car moves forward. When the car hits a certain point, another call has to go out from Construct 2 to our JS so that another modal may pop-up. etc...
Does anyone know how to do this exactly?