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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.

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. Output the content in the HTML5 version and test it across the various web and mobile browsers.

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The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

Those with cognitive challenges might need a simplified version of the text, support within the text (such as definitions of unusual words), or highly structured text (using headings and sections), to make the points covered in the text clearly comprehensible. And third, there are sixty-two total criteria in WCAG version 2.0 (the the version 2.1 I’ve mentioned both WCAG version 2.0 and version 2.1. Can the video player be controlled by the keyboard?

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. Modern browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and eventually Internet Explorer all became equipped to provide the powerful features associated with Flash, such as animation, scripting and video playback.

Multimedia experiences growing stronger in HTML5

Aptara

A recent Online Video piece delved into the current state of HTML5 video based on facts from a report prepared by JW Player. This means there is no longer a sense of fragmentation within the HTML5 video sector, with companies forced to create versions that will work on older browsers. Microsoft is even in the process of phasing out the Internet Explorer branding altogether, planning an efficient new browser to go along with the long-awaited launch of Windows 10.

The Training Manager’s Guide to Accessible Elearning

The Learning Dispatch

Those with cognitive challenges might need a simplified version of the text, support within the text (such as definitions of unusual words), or highly structured text (using headings and sections), to make the points covered in the text clearly comprehensible. And third, there are sixty-two total criteria in WCAG version 2.0 (the the version 2.1 I’ve mentioned both WCAG version 2.0 and version 2.1. Can the video player be controlled by the keyboard?

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). Video codecs enable you to view video on your computer (they exist in your player for example), and are already installed. Google Chrome, Microsoft IE9 and Apple Safari supports h.264, a proprietary format. Firefox 4.0 Yes: Apple Safari , Firefox 4.0 (not

Offline Publishing and Viewing Options with Articulate Storyline®

SweetRush

For Storyline, the device is an iPad or a PC (running Microsoft Windows®) or a Mac®. Screenshot credit: Articulate Mobile Player (AMP) is a free iPad app that will run your course. Default player. Player customizations, such as background color, color schemes, or alternative fonts will be reverted to default. Comparing Articulate Storyline’s Flash, HTML5, and Articulate Mobile Player Output.

8 reasons for using HTML5 for authoring eLearning course

Adobe Captivate

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. Support for HTML5 courses is extended by all browsers including latest versions of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer by Microsoft, iPhone or Apple devices’ Safari etc. There is no need for using particular player to view the content.

Keeping Up - April's Big Question

eLearning Cyclops

I also like to make occasional visits to Google Labs and Adobe Labs to "keep up" with the tech tools they are working on and to test drive any beta versions available. April's Big Question from Learning Circuits is "How to Keep up?" This is in reference the immense and rapidly expanding technology tools. It is tough to stay on top of all the emerging tools. However, being involved in an e-learning community is a big help.

Single-Site Browsers: Interesting Design Development or Battle for the Desktop?

Mark Oehlert

MSFT, Adobe and Firefox are among the big players developing ways to run Web apps (e.g. TechCrunch has a great article which looks at the major efforts through the lens of Firefox's effort - Prism. ZDNet has an article that also looks at Prism and the idea that it is already available as an extension in the beta versions of firefox 3. But Prism has one big advantage: a killer app in the form of Firefox.

e-Clippings (Learning As Art): Single-Site Browsers: Interesting Design Development or Battle for the Desktop?

Mark Oehlert

MSFT, Adobe and Firefox are among the big players developing ways to run Web apps (e.g. TechCrunch has a great article which looks at the major efforts through the lens of Firefoxs effort - Prism. ZDNet has an article that also looks at Prism and the idea that it isalready available as an extension in the beta versions of firefox 3. But Prism has one big advantage: akiller app in the form of Firefox.

85+ Top Tools & Resources for Course Creators

learnWorlds

It is important to note that the free version of this tool allows up to 1 minute and 30 seconds of movie creation. LearnWorlds’ Interactive Video Player. LearnWorlds is the only course-platform that comes with a built-in interactive video player. The player adds a layer of interactivity on top of the videos with an easy-to-use editor. In its basic version, the tool is completely free for 7 days, and full access to it is granted with a small annual fee.

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