Tips To Consider While Migrating Adobe Flash Course To HTML5

Swift eLearning Services

Much before the most popular browsers officially announced that Flash player would no longer be supported, content development teams had already been on their way to find alternatives to Flash.

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.

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7 Tips To Stay Ahead Of eLearning Trends And Adapt To Changes

Infopro Learning

We have to read up on all the latest software, strategies, gadgets, and theories to create the most powerful eLearning content for our modern learners. For example, Flash players used to be an essential ingredient for eLearning courses. Then the news broke that new mobile devices wouldn’t support Flash, and opted for HTML5-based apps instead. Hence, the shift from Flash to HTML5 began, and eLearning professionals who were paying attention got a head start.

7 Tips To Stay Ahead Of eLearning Trends And Adapt To Changes

Infopro Learning

We have to read up on all the latest software, strategies, gadgets, and theories to create the most powerful eLearning content for our modern learners. For example, Flash players used to be an essential ingredient for eLearning courses. Then the news broke that new mobile devices wouldn’t support Flash, and opted for HTML5-based apps instead. Hence, the shift from Flash to HTML5 began, and eLearning professionals who were paying attention got a head start.

Flash: an End of an Era – What You Need To Know

Aptara

Flash: an End of an Era – What You Need To Know. In 1996 Macromedia first introduced the Flash Player, developed to play videos, animations, and audio and to support enhanced interactivity in web browsers. Over the years web browsers matured and so did Flash Player, which became the most widely used plug-in to play multimedia elements on a web page. Flash Player is not supported on mobile devices (iOS and Android). New Content Development.

Is HTML5 Ready for eLearning Development?

Upside Learning

Last week, while justifying Apple’s refusal to allow Flash player on iPhone/iPad, Steve Jobs wrote– “ New open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and PCs too) ”. Clearly Apple is backing HTML 5, CSS 3 and JavaScript for developing future web applications. Is it ready for eLearning Development? More specifically- Is it ready to compete with Flash for eLearning Development? in Flash Based eLearning Development?

Using Silverlight/Expression Blend for eLearning Development

Upside Learning

Elearning development tools: only Adobe? Over the last ten years or so, major elearning developers have preferred to use tools like Flash, Authorware and Director from Adobe (earlier Macromedia). The reason was simple– it was an easier way to achieve the multimedia integration needed to deliver engaging content over variety of media (standalone CD based and then transitioning to web based). Is there a competitor to Flash? Is there an alternative to Flash?

Using Silverlight/Expression Blend for eLearning Development

Upside Learning

Elearning development tools: only Adobe? Over the last ten years or so, major elearning developers have preferred to use tools like Flash, Authorware and Director from Adobe (earlier Macromedia). The reason was simple– it was an easier way to achieve the multimedia integration needed to deliver engaging content over variety of media (standalone CD based and then transitioning to web based). Is there a competitor to Flash? Is there an alternative to Flash?

Adobe Device Central: Great Support for mLearning Development

Upside Learning

One of the key challenges associated with mLearning development is to manage development across varied types of devices and platforms. Adobe’s Device Central is an application bundled with Adobe’s Creative Suite [which includes tools like Flash Professional, Photoshop, Dreamweaver etc.] It helps preview and test any content developed for various mobile devices using the Creative Suite. Testing for the multitouch and accelerometer using Flash Professional CS5.

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Moodle LMS: Hot Potatoes is Now Free!

The E-Learning Curve

I blogged recently about the development of the Nanogong and the Riffly audio-visual plugins for Moodle 2.0. According to the developers Half-Baked Software Inc. The utility supports a range of question types including: True/False Short Answer Multiple Choice Cloze Test Word Jumble / Crossword Drag and Drop Mix and Match Hot Potatoes allows you to add: Text Images Audio Video Question Timer Web plug-in objects like Flash Player to your web server or LCMS-deployed question tests.

Using Silverlight/Expression Blend for eLearning Development

Upside Learning

Elearning development tools: only Adobe? Over the last ten years or so, major elearning developers have preferred to use tools like Flash, Authorware and Director from Adobe (earlier Macromedia). The reason was simple– it was an easier way to achieve the multimedia integration needed to deliver engaging content over variety of media (standalone CD based and then transitioning to web based). Is there a competitor to Flash? Is there an alternative to Flash?

7 Reasons Why You Must Convert Flash Games to HTML5

Hurix Digital

Adobe Flash ruled the internet for a long time. However, owing to glaring security gaps, performance, and stability issues that Flash games presented on mobile devices, a need for change became more pressing. What is Flash? HTML5 – The Alternative to Adobe Flash.

The Web without Flash is getting closer

Aptara

The Web without Flash is getting closer. When it comes to developing content for online spaces, it's important to take an active interest in this evolution. The latest development concerns the language in which multimedia is displayed. A general movement of Flash to HTML5 conversion has changed the fabric of the Web. Farewell to Flash. The presented argument against Flash has two poles, namely its security flaws and lack of relevance.

My "Top Ten List" for Mobile Learning News in 2009

mLearning Trends

These trends will help ensure a very complex and hybrid device ecosystem will emerge within the enterprise mlearning market that will have an effect on mlearning content creation and delivery. Flash Support Arrives for Mobile. The announcement of the coming availability of Adobe's Flash Player v10.1 supporting all most major device platforms (save Apple iPhone) will provide improved ways to create and deliver mlearning content to advanced smartphones.