Multimedia Wars: Flash or HTML5

G-Cube

The current debate between Flash and HTML5 rests largely on multi-media features. If a media and interactivity rich training course is the need of the day then Flash is a comfortable choice today. HTML5 is being hailed as equally competent in developing rich-media, adopted by Google and Apple. The list is getting longer, as HTML5 is an open-source standard. HTML5 has to still take strides in creating a network of browser support.

Does the glove fit? How to make the most of HTML5 in e-learning

Saffron Interactive

The HTML5 mark-up language has now been around for about three years. Some of us have already embraced the change, thrown out Flash and welcomed HTML5 into our e-learning content. But what does HTML5 actually deliver above and beyond Flash? Firstly, a warning: HTML5 may not be right for you. And whilst we know that Flash won’t be supported forever, the rumours of its demise are very much exaggerated. HTML5 helps to get learning moving.

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SCORM Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Answered by Experts

learnWorlds

What is the difference in the production process between SCORM, HTML5, and xAPI? SCORM is adopted by different groups of people for different reasons. As a de facto standard, though, these reasons are all in the adopter’s self-interest. The HTML5 standard is a web standard.

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On Fire in 2013 – What’s going to be hot in e-learning

eLearning 24-7

HTML5. Listen you love flash. You can’t live without it – but unless you want to be able to only see your courses on tablets that only support flash (and they all also support HTML5) or have zero desire to see your courses on the iPads (which support only HTML5), you will need to face reality. In 2012, I’ve seen a slow uptake with tools that can output to HTML5.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Often contrasted with the ADDIE process, the Agile design method emerged in the 1970s and became widely adopted in the 1990s. CDN is a global network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers to enable the high availability and high performance of content being viewed by the learner. It’s essentially a set of rules for xAPI which narrows the overly wide specification to increase adoption in the industry. Flash. HTML5.

5 eLearning trends to wave goodbye to today!

TalentLMS

As research in eLearning broadens and evolves, so do adopted practices. Another notable reason to make space for a change are the multiple devices adopted by learners. Our growing mobile dependency has shifted the corporate learning scene from the traditional, server-driven and browser-based experiences to the Cloud. Bye bye Flash! All three have united to phase out Flash-based eLearning programs. Change in all human life facets is inevitable.

Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011

mLearning Trends

After such an exciting and rewarding 2010, my predictions for the coming year seem broader and more varied given the fast changing dynamics of the marketplace and accelerated adoption of mobile learning by organizations of all sizes. This shift will be driven by a combination of factors including learner (and executive) demand, IT acceptance and infosec approval plus a movement towards the adoption of “bring your own device” use policies within the enterprise.

Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2012

mLearning Trends

As in the past, this year’s list includes predictions across a gamut of new technologies, consumer/buyer trends plus a few anticipated seismic shifts in the world of business that should collectively reshape the landscape for the adoption and accelerated growth of mobile learning for businesses. Flash Falters, HTML5 & ePUBs Gain in Popularity. Gamification Accelerates mLearning Adoption.

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

For enterprise mobile learning to be considered a “bullseye” and truly mainstream, the level of adoption will needs to be measured in wide scale usage not just varying levels of investigation, pilots and strategy development. All that said, our company witnessed large scale enterprise deployments in 2012 from several early adopter customers and partners who are now being rewarded for their progressive thinking and are now gaining “first mover advantage” over their peers and competitors.

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

Along the way, OnPoint was asked by one of our wireless carrier customers to provide the first enterprise mobile authoring environment supporting completely separate staging/QA and production servers but allowing for content syncing to a single, secure mobile application instance on one device – a feat tantamount to hitting one over Fenway’s Green Monster but soon realized after some cleaver programming. lack of Flash support). The arrival of Adobe's Flash Player v10.1 A.K.A.

LMS Vendors: U Can Survive – Innovate, Invigorate and Invent

eLearning 24-7

Fastest growing markets for early adopters: tablets & PGPs. HTML5 will be available on every one of those tablets, plus they will offer Flash (notable exception the iPad). Bigger screen, higher horsepower, gbs, APIs in HTML5 – greater multimedia experience for anyone and geolocation – huge, especially for people who do new hire training or want to create a real world scenario brought within the tablet HTML5 structure. Tie it into their servers.

LMS Vendors: U Can Survive – Innovate, Invigorate and Invent

eLearning 24-7

Fastest growing markets for early adopters: tablets & PGPs. HTML5 will be available on every one of those tablets, plus they will offer Flash (notable exception the iPad). Bigger screen, higher horsepower, gbs, APIs in HTML5 – greater multimedia experience for anyone and geolocation – huge, especially for people who do new hire training or want to create a real world scenario brought within the tablet HTML5 structure. Tie it into their servers.

The A to Z of eLearning Acronyms

LearnUpon

A global network of proxy servers deployed in multiple data centers to enable the high availability and high performance of content being viewed by the learner. It is essentially a set of rules for xAPI which narrows the overly wide original specification to increase adoption in the industry. In eLearning this relates to the training of your partners and customers to add value, and promote product adoption and the retention of customers. HTML5.

Top 75 eLearning Posts - May 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Beginning of Long Slow Death of Flash - eLearning Technology , May 6, 2010 Earlier this year I questioned why there was Still No Flash on the iPhone and iPad. It’s become quite clear that Apple (Steve Jobs) is going to block putting Flash on these platforms. Today the big news is Scribd Switches to HTML5; Adobe To Make Tools for HTML5. and on the test server here at BU, and I want to like it … I really do! Best of eLearning Learning. May 2010.

Top 70 eLearning Posts for June and Hot Topics including iPad and Mobile Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

The article cites common problems as being “complex data processing&# , eg lots of server-side activity, be it script or database activity, and slow “widgets&# or too many of them. With LMSs, especially those adopting more “web 2.0″ Flash (59). What I Would Like to Say About HTML5 and Flash , June 26, 2010. Learning Flash , June 23, 2010. Best of eLearning Learning. June 2010. Another great month for eLearning content.

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5 Tips to Prepare Your Storyline Course for Your LMS

eLearning Brothers

Traditional SCORM content is Flash-based, which may cause issues on new platforms and mobile devices. AICC (Aviation Industry CBT Committee) was one of the earliest eLearning standards to be widely adopted, but has struggled to stay up to date with the constantly-evolving eLearning market, so it isn’t as prevalent as the other standards. Pros: Allows content to be hosted on a separate server. In most cases, nowadays, it is highly recommended that you publish for HTML5.