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The Web without Flash is getting closer

Aptara

The Web without Flash is getting closer. By staying current, businesses can show that they understand Internet distribution. A general movement of Flash to HTML5 conversion has changed the fabric of the Web. Farewell to Flash. A recent Gizmodo article took a bold position in the Flash vs. HTML5 debate: The source stated the battle is as good as over, and there's no need to stick with Flash.

Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

BrightCarbon

Welcome to our comprehensive guide to handling legacy Flash eLearning content. This page has all you need to know to on how to rapidly republish or recreate your courses to adapt to the imminent end of Flash at the end of 2020. What is happening to legacy Flash eLearning content?

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6 Steps To A Better Mobile Learning Strategy

Upside Learning

Another trend is to allow staff to use their personal mobile devices for business. In context of mlearning native apps score over mobile web when your staff need to access information when in low/no connectivity areas or need to perform specific operations which need to use devices’ native capabilities like camera or higher processing capability. Flash vs. HTML5 : This is actually not a point of debate anymore. Manage Security Concerns.

Six topics for the price of one

Jay Cross

HTML5 plays natively on laptop, pad, and phone. HTML5, why should I care? I began getting lost when CSS replaced declarations like <font size=”small” color=”red” /> HTML5 joined my list of things to learn on Walkabout. HTML5 automatically resizes for PCs, tablets, and smart phones. Flash is on the way out. HTML5 plays all manner of videos natively. I’m starting with HTML5 Rocks.

Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review

mLearning Trends

As I stated in the previous post assessing my 2010 predictions, the size and complexity of mobile learning projects/programs will continue to expand across all geographical and line-of-business boundaries. 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.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Here at LearnUpon, we’re all about helping businesses better understand eLearning so they can get better results from their training. By furthering their success, you are, in turn, facilitating the success of your business. Flash. Adobe Flash technology has supported the delivery of multimedia content for nearly twenty years. Three popular eLearning formats rely on Flash technology: SCORM, xAPI (Tin Can), and video. HTML5. Mastery Score.