Latest HTML5 convert: YouTube

Aptara

Latest HTML5 convert: YouTube. Ever since Apple made the calculated decision that its devices could get by without Adobe Flash, the pressure has been on for content providers to find a new way forward. Video streaming titan YouTube is now based in HTML5 for new browsers that support it.

Flash currently optional, soon to be obsolete

Aptara

Flash currently optional, soon to be obsolete. One of the hallmarks of an overall push toward HTML5 has been the decline in the use of Flash to play online media. Individuals won't miss the Flash plugin the way they prize the sound of vinyl records.

Creating Accessible eLearning with Articulate Storyline 360

B Online Learning

The guiding principles around accessible eLearning come from what’s known as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines or WCAG (in the US the guidelines for accessibility are known as Section 508). Flash : JAWS 16 or later with Internet Explorer 11 or later.

Walking down the Interactive Learning Path with Raptivity

Raptivity

Many Raptivity interactions provide support for Section 508 Guidelines. A sophisticated WYSWIG editor , with single click Flash and HTML5 previews, is included for customization of interactions. Raptivity’s HTML5 output works perfectly across multiple browsers including Internet Explorer 10.0 and above, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. One of the major challenges that educators face is holding learners’ attention and helping them retain information.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 4

CommLab India

Excellent Support to HTML5. You can use Storyline 360 to publish courses to HTML5, a device-agnostic web content format. The Articulate application supports touch interactions such as swiping, dragging, pinching, and this feature goes a long way in accessing HTML5 content effectively.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 5: Presenter

CommLab India

HTML5 gestures such as swiping, dragging, and pinch-to-zoom are well-supported, and this goes a long way in facilitating effective learning on mobile devices. Compliance to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Welcome to the fifth post in a series of fourteen.