Development Tools - Should I Cut Out the Middle Guy?

eLearning Cyclops

It has gotten to a point where some of my courses are all developed in Flash and the e-learning authoring tools (DHTML) have been used more as a "shell" that decompiles it as a SCORM package. I really prefer the robust ability of creating courses in Flash and only use the DHTML e-learning authoring tools for their ability to make the course SCORM or AICC compliant. Back when I first started developing e-learning courses, I used Macromedia's Authorware.

Adobe RoboHelp 8: The Pros Have It, The Others Don't

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And you would generate FlashHelp if you were worried about DHTML limitations for browsers and platforms and high-security firewall issues.

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Writing & Grammar Workshop: Funny? Do You Think That's Funny?

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

" But in books like DHTML and CSS for the World Wide Web, Excel Data Analysis, Illustrator, and even The Rough Guide to MySpace & Online Communities , humor and joking did not find a place. by Jennie Ruby What role, if any, should humor play in technical and training materials? When writing training materials, I am always looking for new ways to introduce a lesson and keep the tone engaging.

Development Tools I Would Learn If I Were You - June's Big Question

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Keep in mind some may be DHTML output, others create Flash SWFs. HTML/HTML5 : Learning HTML will come in very handy, especially if your WBT tool creates DHTML files, which you may need to edit at times. June's Big Question over at the Learning Circuits blog is regarding tools one should ".learn learn today in order to be a valuable eLearning professional in 2015." So you know my perspective, since my start in e-learning I have always been both a designer and developer.