HTML5Are We There          This presentation is available at          www.slideshare.net/jkunrein.
Not going to focus on....
Flash   HTML5
“HTML5”  HTML  CSS3JavaScript
markup               encapsulatedstatic               dynamicugly                 prettyinterpreted by any   requires a pl...
New Stuff
inline video and audio
<b>Halloween 2010</b><br><img src=cutestbabiesever.jpg>
Halloween 2010
the alternative...
...which has its ownproblems...
inline video and audiocanvas and svgdrag and dropweb storageborder radius
But the question remains...
Is HTML5 ready for     elearning   development   and delivery?
Can’t DoEverythingFlash Can Do
True.
And neither can these.
And neither can these.
Won’t Be Ready Until 2022
The WHATWG HTML spec can now beconsidered a “living standard”. It’s more maturethan any version of the HTML specification ...
The WHATWG HTML spec can now beconsidered a “living standard”. It’s more maturethan any version of the HTML specification ...
The WHATWG HTML spec can now beconsidered a “living standard”. It’s more maturethan any version of the HTML specification ...
Some Learners Won’t  Be Able to Use It
Internet Internet Internet                FireFox FireFox                                Explorer Explorer Explorer       ...
gracefuldegradation
<audio controls><source src=”welcome_msg.ogg” type=”audio/ogg”><source src=”welcome_msg.mp3” type=”audio/    mpeg”><object...
and then there’smobile learning...
No Authoring Tools
For Web DevelopmentDreamweaverIllustratorFlashEdge (coming... soon?)
For Web DevelopmentDreamweaverIllustratorFlashEdge (coming... soon?)For Elearning DevelopmentLectoraToolBookScreenrRaptivi...
Keep in touch.jkunrein@alcorn-ward.com@jkunrein
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I gave a version of this presentation on 2/4/11 at ASTD's TechKnowledge 2011 conference. It focuses on what HTML5 brings to learning development and whether it is time yet to start developing learning content in HTML5.

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  • HTML5: Are We There Yet?

    1. 1. HTML5Are We There This presentation is available at www.slideshare.net/jkunrein.
    2. 2. Not going to focus on....
    3. 3. Flash HTML5
    4. 4. “HTML5” HTML CSS3JavaScript
    5. 5. markup encapsulatedstatic dynamicugly prettyinterpreted by any requires a pluginbrowsereasy to branch depends on the tooleasy to link security restrictionseasy to update ...if you have the same development tools
    6. 6. New Stuff
    7. 7. inline video and audio
    8. 8. <b>Halloween 2010</b><br><img src=cutestbabiesever.jpg>
    9. 9. Halloween 2010
    10. 10. the alternative...
    11. 11. ...which has its ownproblems...
    12. 12. inline video and audiocanvas and svgdrag and dropweb storageborder radius
    13. 13. But the question remains...
    14. 14. Is HTML5 ready for elearning development and delivery?
    15. 15. Can’t DoEverythingFlash Can Do
    16. 16. True.
    17. 17. And neither can these.
    18. 18. And neither can these.
    19. 19. Won’t Be Ready Until 2022
    20. 20. The WHATWG HTML spec can now beconsidered a “living standard”. It’s more maturethan any version of the HTML specification todate, so it made no sense for us to keep referringto it as merely a draft. We will no longer befollowing the “snapshot” model of specdevelopment, with the occasional “call forcomments”, “call for implementations”, and soforth. - Ian Hickson 1/19/2011
    21. 21. The WHATWG HTML spec can now beconsidered a “living standard”. It’s more maturethan any version of the HTML specification todate, so it made no sense for us to keep referringto it as merely a draft. We will no longer befollowing the “snapshot” model of specdevelopment, with the occasional “call forcomments”, “call for implementations”, and soforth. - Ian Hickson 1/19/2011
    22. 22. The WHATWG HTML spec can now beconsidered a “living standard”. It’s more maturethan any version of the HTML specification todate, so it made no sense for us to keep referringto it as merely a draft. We will no longer befollowing the “snapshot” model of specdevelopment, with the occasional “call forcomments”, “call for implementations”, and soforth. - Ian Hickson 1/19/2011
    23. 23. Some Learners Won’t Be Able to Use It
    24. 24. Internet Internet Internet FireFox FireFox Explorer Explorer Explorer 3.5 4.0 7 8 9forms drag and drop     canvas   svg   video   audio   web storage    border radius    adapted from html5readiness.com
    25. 25. gracefuldegradation
    26. 26. <audio controls><source src=”welcome_msg.ogg” type=”audio/ogg”><source src=”welcome_msg.mp3” type=”audio/ mpeg”><object type=”application/x-shockwave-flash” data=”player.swf? soundFile=welcome_msg.mp3”> <param name=”movie” value=”player.swf? soundFile=welcome_msg.mp3”><a href=”welcome_msg.mp3”>Download the song</a></object></audio>
    27. 27. and then there’smobile learning...
    28. 28. No Authoring Tools
    29. 29. For Web DevelopmentDreamweaverIllustratorFlashEdge (coming... soon?)
    30. 30. For Web DevelopmentDreamweaverIllustratorFlashEdge (coming... soon?)For Elearning DevelopmentLectoraToolBookScreenrRaptivity HTML5 PackHTML Articulate PlayermLearning Studio (coming soon)
    31. 31. Keep in touch.jkunrein@alcorn-ward.com@jkunrein

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