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Best Practices To Make Adobe Flash Courses Run Through Latest Browsers

Swift eLearning Services

Adobe declared that it would discontinue its support to Flash player from Dec, 2020. In connection to this, no prominent browsers such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox and Safari would support Adobe Flash player.

8 reasons for using HTML5 for authoring eLearning course

Adobe Captivate

Adobe Flash has been a productive tool for authoring these courses. HTML5 has superseded Flash as a viable option for authoring eLearning courses because it is supported by all smartphones and tablets. You need not integrate a third-party software to achieve this. For viewing eLearning course developed with Flash, the user has to first download a supported Flash player or plug-in compatible with browser in use.

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85+ Top Tools & Resources for Course Creators

learnWorlds

What’s important is that you have faith in people, that they’re basically good and smart, and if you give them tools, they’ll do wonderful things with them.’. As an online instructor, you need to decide what kind of tools and resources you want to use for your online school. You might want to start with simple tools and grow into more professional premium tools as you go along making higher quality online courses. Authoring Tools.

HTML5 – Let the Games Begin!

eLearning 24-7

and YouTube (beta) are already offering videos in HTML5 players. All the big browsers are supporting it i.e. Safari, Chrome, Microsoft IE9, Opera and soon FireFox (at time of writing, not yet). You can build courses in HTML5, as you would in Flash — thus as rapid e-learning authoring tools see this as common place, they will need to adapt, thus enabling HTML5 files to be inserted. Firefox 4.0 Yes: Apple Safari , Firefox 4.0 (not

HTML5 – Let the Games Begin!

eLearning 24-7

and YouTube (beta) are already offering videos in HTML5 players. All the big browsers are supporting it i.e. Safari, Chrome, Microsoft IE9, Opera and soon FireFox (at time of writing, not yet). You can build courses in HTML5, as you would in Flash — thus as rapid e-learning authoring tools see this as common place, they will need to adapt, thus enabling HTML5 files to be inserted. Firefox 4.0 Yes: Apple Safari , Firefox 4.0 (not

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

A Note on Rapid Authoring Tools. Training content developed using rapid authoring tools, such as Articulate Storyline, Trivantis Lectora, and Adobe Captivate, and (often) provided as a click-though, packaged course. Many who are blind use a screen reader, which is software that reads the screen out loud. Those who have a hard time seeing (but are not blind, often termed low-vision) might use software that enlarges text and images.

How to Convert Flash-Based Websites to HTML5 Right Now!

Hurix Digital

Further, some of the most popular internet browsers such as Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox have blocked Adobe Flash technology for speed and security reasons. Use a robust authoring tool and follow the conversion process. Zoe Tool From CreateJS.

Learning Content in Crisis? The How and Why of Moving from Flash to HTML5

gomo learning

It’s now less than a year before Adobe, Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla pull the plug on Flash entirely. The legacy, software-based standard that Flash Player used drained battery significantly faster. Adobe themselves will stop distributing the Adobe Flash Player.

Flash is Dead: Long Live HTML5 for eLearning

LearnUpon

Operating systems manufactures like Microsoft, Ubuntu, and Apple all tired of the overhead in keeping their systems secure with frequent patches, and Flash has developed a poor security reputation as a result. With mounting frustrations from end-users, hardware manufacturers, and software providers, it was ultimately web-browsers that stepped up to the plate. The good news is that HTML5 technology provides many tools urgently needed to fill the gap left by the decline of Flash.

Is MOODLE Compatible with Section 508?

CommLab India

MOODLE adheres to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines (ATAG), and the guidelines to develop Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA). Visually-challenged learners can read the screen through the Job Access With Speech (JAWS) screen reader software in Microsoft Internet Explorer. It also supports Non-visual Desktop Access (NDVA) screen reader software for Mozilla Firefox.

Ring in the New: Flash E-learning to HTML5

CommLab India

Flash might be a very powerful tool for creating classy animations, developing interactive games, or creating vector graphics; but creating a complete e-learning course in Flash might not be a good idea these days. If you want to access any Flash-based content on any browser, you need to install the Flash player plugin first. Be it Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Google’s Chrome, Apple’s Safari, or Mozilla’s Firefox, learners can access courses immediately.

Something is Going on Down there in the LMS Market

eLearning 24-7

Over 98% do not have a true HTML5 player in their system that can run a 100% pure HTML5 course – which by the way, has nothing to do with the browser agnostic pitch they make about their system being optimized for the iPad. I’m sure they tested with IE, Firefox, Safari and Chrome, but what about Opera Mini? Here are the current breakouts: Google Chrome 8 and future editions, Microsoft IE9 and Apple Safari 5 supports h.264, a proprietary format. Firefox 4.0