August 31st, 2015
I’m sure by now you’ve seen all kinds of predictions on what elearning is going to look like in 2014. Social, MOOC, gamification, games, byte-sized learning, performance management, mobile content, HTML5, Tin Can API – these were the buzz words in 2013, and many gurus have predicted that these trends will gain further momentum in 2014. So I have tried….
While reading my colleague Sachin’s post on HTML5 & Flash, I felt compelled to present my views on this debate from a e-learning developer’s perspective. Stability: For all developers working in the technology aspect of e-learning (and all other aspects as well!) the most important factor is stability. Till date no browser is 100% compliant with HTML 4.01 which was….
The web has gone though a metamorphosis in the last two decades to find glory in its present avatar. It is glorious indeed – Multiple browser options, varied platforms and a media-rich feel. For the learning industry, it is truly an era of looking forward to progress and innovation. For developers, it has been good times as they have been….