What I’ve Learned Developing Mobile Content Using Authoring Tools Designed for ISDs

Innovative Learning Group

Some projects I’ve worked on required tools meant for programmers, like Flash and hand-coded HTML5 , but I’ve completed other projects using only tools that didn’t require programming skills. HTML5 output from Lectora and Captivate : Allowed ILG to develop a course for iPad that matched the capabilities of the PC version, including content presentation and software demonstrations.

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

eLearning 24-7

HTML5. Listen you love flash. In 2012, I’ve seen a slow uptake with tools that can output to HTML5. Granted it is just at a base level, but expect more capabilities and power with HTML5. Audit trails with significant more tracking a must.

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

I agree the technologies to create, deploy and manage HTML5-based mobile web apps will greatly improve in 2012 but I don't feel they will mature to the point they can replace all native apps – at least in most of the primary enterprise use cases for learning that’s managed and tracked.

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

mLearning Trends

We’ll certainly see the features and functionality of HTML5 maturing through 2012 along with access to better and faster networks (LTE, 4G, Wi-Max) but, for now, we still feel the best customer/user/learner experience happens via a native but customizable app framework. a.k.a.