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Is HTML5 Ready for eLearning Development?

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Find reasons why HTML5 is not ready for eLearning Development.

Find reasons why HTML5 is not ready for eLearning Development.

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  • djumeau David Jumeau, Web Developer at Freelancer, University Bible Fellowship About what in particular? It doesn't mean that we should not start trying creating HTML5 e-learning content, but many of his points are still relevant. (e.g. no set standard on video / audio content and many clients still rely on IE, of which still lags behind on being compliant with the HTML5 spec.) If development was concentrated on mobile / tablets, I agree since Adobe has lifted support for Flash mobile. (Firefox mobile and the RIM Playbook offer it though.) And for those who are comfortable with Flash, creating AIR applications might be the way to go. 2 years ago
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