Why Move eLearning from Flash to HTML5?
NOVEMBER 20, 2014
In 2009, Steve Jobs famously declared Flash to be buggy and resource hungry and the whole world moved to HTML5. He did elaborate his thoughts in this article where he said “new open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and on PCs too)” In that last bit […]. Mobile Learning
Flash For Mobile Is Dead
NOVEMBER 10, 2011
To further reinforce that thought, Adobe announced just yesterday that it has ceased development on the Flash mobile browser plug-in. Meaning there will be no updates to those plug-ins and future versions of Android and Blackberry Playbooks may not be able to render Flash content. First, it seems Adobe is continuing development on the Flash plug-in and AIR runtime.
Why the iPad and iPhone not supporting Adobe Flash is a Great thing for mLearning
MAY 29, 2012
There’s no other Industry in the world that was more affected by Apple refusing to embrace Adobe Flash in their iOS devices like the eLearning Industry. I don’t have the exact numbers but I would venture to say that more than 98% of all eLearning was/is based on Adobe Flash (i.e. the learner needs to have the Flash Player installed) and thus making it an interesting challenge for our Industry to make the transition to mobile learning (mLearning), especially because of the market share that Apple commands with the iPad and the iPhone. Let me explain.
This Flash Player (Frash) Runs On iPad
JULY 6, 2010
New to Mobile Learning Development: 3 Big Problems and 7 Solutions
Adobe Flash solves many of these cross-browser compatibility. Flash works the same in Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and just about. has disavowed Flash and refuses to support it on. market leader in the tablet market, so any solu- tion you come up with can’t be solely a Flash. For this option, Flash is the best for desktop deployment, and HTML5 for mobile.
¿Por qué el hecho de que el iPad y el iPhone no soportan Adobe Flash es un gran incentivo para el mLearning?
JUNE 4, 2012
No hubo otra industria en el mundo que resultara más afectada por la decisión de Apple de no adoptar Adobe Flash en sus dispositivos iOS como la industria del eLearning. Desconozco las cifras exactas pero me atrevería a decir que más de 98% de todos los cursos de eLearning estuvieron o están basados en Adobe Flash (es decir, el estudiante necesita instalar Adobe Flash Player).
Is it time to Abandon Adobe Flash in eLearning Design? [Chime in]
JULY 10, 2013
This morning while reading the latest news, I came across a CNET news article, entitled “Flash quietly re-emerges on Amazon’s Kindle Fire.” ” Speaking to All Things Digital in an interview published on Tuesday, Amazon’s Kurt Kufeld confirmed that his company has been quietly testing Flash support with Kindle Fire owners since February.
eLearning is dead! Multi-screen learning is the next big thing.
JULY 19, 2015
Flash-based eLearning. Remember when our learners relied on Flash to consume the Flash-based eLearning we created for their desktop computers? Today Flash is pretty much a thing of the past. Finally, there’s the comfort zone of using rapid eLearning software that rely heavily on PowerPoint slides, in order to publish Flash-based learning? eLearning is dead!
Designing for the Blackberry Playbook
Mobile Learning Edge
APRIL 25, 2011
In the meantime, if you want to develop for RIM’s tablet, you need to do it with Adobe tools such as AIR and Flash. Tablets Adobe Design Flash Playbook RIMThe Blackberry Playbook was supposed to be able to run Android apps, in addition to programs designed for its native Blackberry Tablet OS. There is also a Developer Zone on the Blackberry website.
Flash on my iPhone? It’s showdown time!
NOVEMBER 3, 2009
For several years Adobe has been promoting Flash as a great technology for mobile devices (and it is). Tags: iPhone ipod touch Flash applications android Windows Mobile For several years Apple have been making amazing mobile devices (and they are). … and, for some bizarre reason, the two have been bickering all along, and never quite making friends.
Flash Player On Devices – Going Mobile Just Got Easier
mLearning is Good
FEBRUARY 23, 2010
One of the best signs for those who make learning content is the Flash Player finally coming to mobile devices in large numbers. Some of you may be familiar with the trials Adobe has had in bringing the Flash player to the mobile area. It has actually been in use, in the form of Flash Lite for several years now. But now Adobe has adapted the Flash player to run higher end content on new devices. The version that will run on devices is 10.1, so it’s able to provide of all the modern Flash capabilities. Now, I understand that Flash has its’ issues.
Flash Lite on More Mobile Devices Means More Mobile Devices with Rich E-Learning Content
mLearning is Good
MARCH 30, 2008
Microsoft is now licensing Flash Lite for Windows Mobile. Flash Lite is a subset of the desktop Flash environment and the version that will be on Windows Mobile will allow developers to utilize components like Flash Video and a significant portion of the ActionScript 3 programming language. Burst was built with Flash Lite 2.1, which was the predecessor to FL 3.
15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your eLearning For iPads
JANUARY 30, 2013
6 Reasons Why Responsive Design Makes sense as the Future of e-Learning and m-Learning Design
MARCH 4, 2015
Case in point, here’s an excerpt from a Storyline web page, explaining what you need to keep in mind whenever you target different scenarios, like whether the learner has a device that support Flash, or a browser that supports for HTML5 or their proprietary mobile app, the Articulate Mobile Player: Step 3: Choose HTML5 and/or Mobile Publishing Options. How many devices do you own?
iPods in Education Part 11: Digital Flash Cards
The Mobile Learner
JANUARY 8, 2009
This blog post is in response to all the digital flash card websites that I’ve been coming across lately that are offering teachers digital flash cards for iPod for a fee. There is an easy option for teachers and students to create their own digital flash cards that is totally free. Obviously, the concept of using flash cards is not new.
The brand new Captivate 9 puts Adobe years ahead of the competition
AUGUST 21, 2015
really like the idea that Adobe built Prime from the ground up using new technologies such as HTML5 and not Flash. What a difference three short years make in technology. However, about a year ago I started to notice the tables turning. Adobe Captivate Draft for iPad. With Captivate 9, Adobe introduces a new iPad app that looks a lot like Adobe Ideas from a few years back. Conclusion.
Adobe’s Mobile Packager: Flash on your mobile
mLearning is Good
FEBRUARY 15, 2009
Those of you who know me know that I’ve been excited about Flash for mobile devices for a long time. Ever since the first announcements of Flash Lite in 2005/2006, I’ve been studying and working on ways to port the most ubiquitous rich web technology to the mobile space. But there have always been some real limitations to using Flash for mobiles. First, Flash is only available as a player on two platforms, Windows Mobile and Symbian (Nokia and Sony Ericsson). But in the mean time, join the Flash for the iPhone cause on Facebook. Well, good news!
mLearning-World.com: Mobile Learning with Flash Lite 2 and Adobe Captivate
AUGUST 20, 2006
skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Sunday, August 20, 2006 Mobile Learning with Flash Lite 2 and Adobe Captivate Mobile Learning with Flash Lite 2 and Adobe Captivate — In just a few years long-distance learning, or Electronic Learning (e-learning), has become a reality. Use your iPod/iTouch/iPhone to.
Learning Designers have 3 Choices Regarding Mobile Learning [#mLearning]
FEBRUARY 18, 2013
Incidentally, if your existing learning is Flash-based and your learners try to access it on mobile devices, this is what they are seeing: Convert, Shrink and Retrofit your existing desktop e-Learning for mobile devices. mobile devices per capita. It’s entirely possible to dismiss the mobile revolution as a passing fad and, as learning designers do nothing about it. Conclusion.
Why Tablets Are A Game Changer
JULY 30, 2013
Over the last couple of years, we’ve witnessed a sharp decline in the proportion of Flash-based eLearning that we create for our clients and partners. In the last 6 months, Flash-based courses have been [.]. And with a team of over 100 dedicated to custom eLearning development, we sure do quite a bit of eLearning development. Mobile Learning eLearning On Tablets Tablet Learning
Adobe announces end of development for Flash on mobile devices #Slide2learn #ADEdu
NOVEMBER 9, 2011
Adobe announces end of development for Flash on mobile devices. Great comments here from John Gruber as usual: [link]. Posted via email from Jonathan Nalder. uLearning
How to Create a Flash Lite RSS Reader- Part 1
FEBRUARY 16, 2009
With Flash Lite, you can create a customized RSS reader that will work with many mobile devices. Important Note: As you may know, Flash Lite does not parse XML directly. The first thing we’ll need to do is parse the XML feed and change it as to be loaded by Flash Lite. At this point you are interested in parsing each node and selecting the content of and to be returned to the Flash Lite 1.1 Flash Lite 1.1 Flash Lite 1.1 Flash Lite 1.1 Next week, we’ll explore building the player in Flash Lite for your mobile device. application. learing+2.0
Introducing a new Podcast: This Week in #mLearning [Episode 1: The new iPad and Mobile Learning]
APRIL 3, 2012
Each week Robert and I will discuss various trending topics and their impact on mobile learning, including the state of mobile in general, mobile devices, HTML5, Adobe Flash, Responsive Web Design, Rapid Development tools, especially as they begin making the shift from desktop to mobile, mobile apps, video, Education and more. Adobe Flash and Mobile devices. I’m am extremely excited to introduce a brand new weekly Podcast entitled ‘This Week in Mobile Learning” with my friend and co-host Robert Gadd. iBooks and Adobe Shadow. And much more. Send to Kindle.
Converting ELearning To Tablet Learning: Cost-effective Solutions
OCTOBER 11, 2012
Flash animations can be published as videos and imported in the HTML/Lectora framework. This method allows the previously developed Flash animations to be reutilized, leading to sizeable cost-savings. Another option could be to use the Flash CS6 Toolkit for CreateJS , which allows output to be created in Flash and published for HTML. 1.Flash Course. For HTML output.
The “m” in mLearning means More
APRIL 17, 2012
And it’s always the same challenges, what are we going to do with our existing eLearning since Adobe Flash doesn’t work on iOS devices? The screens are too small on smartphones for us to do anything worthwhile, connections on mobile devices aren’t reliable enough, there are too many devices to target all of them, and on and on. ” See you in June at mLearnCon 2012.
8 Things we MUST do in 2013 to seize the potential of mLearning
DECEMBER 13, 2012
Also learn everything you can about new technologies like HTML5, responsive design, CSS3 and begin to let go of some of the older technologies like Flash. 2012 has been an amazing year for mobile! This year we have seen technology companies introduce a myriad of mobile devices of all sizes, prices and operating systems. Clearly there’s a strong technology shift happening now.
Adobe Unveils Updated Tools for Developers
Float Mobile Learning
OCTOBER 5, 2011
Mobile Technology Adobe MAX CSS regions CSS shaders development Flash Player 11 jQuery Mobile phonegap StarlingIt’s hard to argue with the developments Adobe presented at Tuesday’s keynote address, the second in as many days at the Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles. The theme around [.].
7 reasons why the new Articulate Storyline is a Game-Changer for eLearning
MAY 2, 2012
HTML5, Flash and Mobile Learning. First, let me start by congratulating everyone who works for Articulate for the launch of Storyline. Undertaking a monumental job such as writing an application like Storyline from the ground up is no easy feat. However if there’s a company that can do it, that is certainly Articulate. have been a fan of Articulate for a long time even as I worked for Adobe on the Captivate and eLearning Suite products. No wonder they have thousands of superfans, who rave about their products and who recommend them to their peers via Social Media Networks. Conclusion.
6 Trends in Rapid eLearning Tools to watch in 2012
JANUARY 17, 2012
If there is one thing I heard from customers while working at Adobe was this, I want my learners to be able to take a course on their iPads or iPhone, but these mobile devices don’t support Flash. personally happen to think that Adobe’s recent news that they would be stopping further development of Flash on mobile is just the beginning of the end for Flash on Desktop, too.
What is the future of #mLearning Design? Storyline’s native app vs. Captivate’s Responsive Design [Poll]
DECEMBER 22, 2014
There were simply too many things going against these tools back then, for example the fact that Adobe Flash is not supported on mobile devices, the myriad of mobile devices coming out with different screen sizes and operating systems, and perhaps most importantly the fact that most eLearning tools are based on a ‘fixed sized’ slide paradigm, etc. image credit: table xi.
10 Things the Motorola Xoom does Better than the iPad
MARCH 24, 2011
Adobe Flash Player 10.2. After only a few days of installing the Adobe Flash Player 10.2 on my Motorola Xoom, I’m convinced that perhaps the reason why iPad users haven’t missed it more is because they have never seen it running the way it does on this Tablet. My point is that I too have become accustomed to browsing the web on the iPad and quietly moving on whenever I came across pages that included Flash, perhaps even subconsciously I also began to think that the Flash Player wasn’t needed. codenamed Honeycomb. No PC required to get started.
The New Adobe Creative Suite (CS6) is a Sign of the Mobile Times
APRIL 24, 2012
It is also worth pointing out that this launch in some way marks the reinvention of Adobe as a company after the whole Apple vs. Adobe Flash debacle. First, I would like to congratulate my former Adobe colleagues, who worked on the new Creative Suite 6 apps. Not only did Adobe withstand the battle but in the end I would argue that it came out stronger than it went it. Send to Kindle.
Apple Loosens Development Restrictions on AppTech Developers Using Adobe Flash Tools
NOVEMBER 4, 2010
HOUSTON, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- AppTech Corp. Pink Sheets: APCX) www.apptechglobal.com reported today that Apple's recently announced policy of loosening restrictions on use of outside development tools should substantially assist AppTech in the execution of its plan to translate and port over iPhone apps to other operating systems, such as Google Android. Eric Ottens, CEO of AppTech Corp. stated, "Apple's loosening its policies on the ability for app developers to utilize third party tools is a strong positive step for AppTech. Read the rest here. Education for the iPod Generation.
6 Steps To A Better Mobile Learning Strategy
AUGUST 16, 2012
Flash vs. HTML5 : This is actually not a point of debate anymore. As argued earlier if that really suits your purpose, go with HTML5, else it is best to develop your elearning in Flash and keep mobile web development separate. Fact is, flash still delivers much better elearning experience than HTML5. Establish the Need. Ask yourself -. Assess Readiness. Identify Content.
Have You mEnabled Your eLearning For iPads?
JANUARY 22, 2013
For most organisations, adopting mobile learning raises the BIG question of “What do we do with our existing content (probably developed in Flash which doesn’t run on the iPad)? Because iPads don’t support Flash and a lot of the existing eLearning is Flash-based, it’s essential to convert it to an iPad friendly medium – HTML (yes, back to HTML!) to make it compatible on an iPad.
The new Camtasia Studio 8, the Flipped Classroom and Mobile Learning [Review]
JULY 2, 2012
There’s been little innovation in video around interactivity and engagement as compared to what we may find in a Flash-based interaction for example. Perhaps this is why in eLearning we have always gravitated toward using tools that publish learning in the Adobe Flash format in order to create engaging desktop experiences. Video and the Flipped Classroom. link]. link]. link].
iBooks 2 – Introducing the future textbook?
JANUARY 19, 2012
You can also highlight and annotate the books, and even generate flash-cards to help you learn key sections. Today Apple released iBooks 2, a beautiful new format for interactive books that they hope to use to “re-invent the textbook”. Steve Jobs reportedly spent the last few years of his life planning to shake up the textbook market, and revitalise education. Has Steve added to his legacy?
These Stats Bode well for Mobile Learning
JANUARY 31, 2012
happen to believe we could achieve these number well before 2016, especially with the recent news coming from Adobe that they will no longer support Flash for mobile going forward. . All signs continue to point to a near future where mobile devices will surpass desktop PCs for how we connect to the Internet, shop, and most other things, including learning. million iPads. Amazing numbers.
Mobile Learning: A Quick SWOT Analysis
APRIL 11, 2011
Due to lack of Flash. For over two years now, we have not only just been hearing about mobile learning but also actively understanding and working on it. From trying to explain five myths of mobile learning to assisting customer new to mobile learning, getting started with mobile learning has been an exciting journey through which we have seen mobile learning seeing increasing adoption.
A Lesson in Mobile Learning Design from Yelp [#mLearning]
AUGUST 27, 2013
Assumptions like these often lead to limiting the mobile learning use case to performance support or an insultingly light version of the much more powerful flash-based desktop version of the course. I love this tweet, because it epitomizes how most people view the mobile experience, often as the “light” version of the desktop: “It looks like you’re on a train.