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MAY 13, 2010 Apple, Adobe, and the Flash eLearning Future
Thursday, May 13, 2010 Apple, Adobe, and the Flash eLearning Future Ive had a few requests from customers and prospects to address some questions raised by the firestorm of corporate rhetoric between Adobe and Apple and the "future of Flash". Even if Flash doesnt "go away", its pretty clear that Apple wont be supporting Flash on its mobile devices. See [link].
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NOVEMBER 9, 2011 Adobe Drops Flash for Mobile - What Does it Mean for mLearning and eLearning?
This morning Adobe stated that it will no longer develop the Flash player for mobile devices in favor of throwing their support behind HTML5 development. This will likely be a blow to Android device manufacturers who have counted on the Flash player support as one of the main differentiations from Apple devices, but what does it mean for e-learning and m-learning developers? In summary, this move consolidates HTML5's position as the delivery mechanism of choice for mobile but still leaves Flash as king in desktop browsers, at least for the foreseeable future.
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MAY 25, 2012 Mobile Devices: Breaking Through the Walled Garden
I am a fan of the HowStuffWorks podcast “Stuff You Should Know” Recently, I listened to the episode titled, “What’s The Future of the Internet” and the discussion on net neutrality and the walled garden of devices got me thinking about how device and OS manufacturers are restricting our experience of the Internet and the implication this could have to learning in general and mobile learning in particular. There’s Apple and their iOS platform and there are the other devices that use Android. Let me provide a little context.
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JULY 6, 2010 This Flash Player (Frash) Runs On iPad
This is what the developer has to say about it –. “…Frash currently only runs on the iPad, but support for other devices (3GS+ only due to technical restrictions) is planned, as well as support for iOS 4… …Video and keyboard input are currently not supported. Related posts: Smokescreen – The Future Of Flash Player? Adobe AIR & Flash Player 10.1–
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MAY 8, 2010 Thoughts on the Current State of Mobile Devices
Only a few short years ago, when mobile devices were still mainly cell phones and music players, the thought of a mobile revolution supplanting the computer revolution seemed distant. What will the immediate future of mobility look like? It is well documented what the strengths and weakness are of each device so I will not discuss them here. The observation I do want to make is that what appears to be guiding the evolution of devices is the propensity toward mobility. Only the very few require the power of Adobe Photoshop CS5. Desktop vs. Mobile OS.
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FEBRUARY 4, 2009 Are Apps the Future of Mobile Learning?
In a much more casual way, I also try to observe how people use their mobile devices and what applications they have on those devices. And, the following companies have an app store or will have one very soon: Microsoft (Windows Mobile), RIM (Blackberry), Nokia and Sony-Ericsson(Symbian), Google (Android), Adobe (Flash Lite, AIR, Flex, etc.). I don’t think we will abandon our current model in favor of app stores, but I see a role for app stores in our future. As a developer, you constantly look for the “next big thing.
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UPSIDE LEARNING Flash For Mobile Is Dead
| THURSDAY, 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. Second, will the gradual movement towards web-browsing with mobile devices
signal the end of the road for Flash as a platform? Future
Technology Mobile Learning HTML5 HTML5 and Flash MORE >>
- Rapid Intake on Mobile Devices including iPhone and iPad
Saturday, May 22, 2010 Rapid Intake on Mobile Devices
including iPhone and iPad As mobile learning usage increases, weve received a number of questions about our plans for mobile. treat this subject in this blog post titled: Apple, Adobe
and the Flash eLearning Future
. ► June (3) Accelerated Rapid eLearning Development Another Word for Flash in the Adobe
vs Apple Wars Rapid Intake Online Collaborative e-Learning Softw. PowerPoint Poison Rapid Intake on Mobile Devices
including iPhone an. Posted by Garin Hess at 7:43 AM Email This BlogThis! Awards. MORE >>
UPSIDE LEARNING 5 Rapid Authoring Tools To Publish Courses For Your iPads
| THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2012
As per data published by Good Technology in their Good Technology Device
Activations Report | Q1 2012 , the iPad 2 averaged 17.7 The only two devices
to do better than the iPads were the iPhone 4s and the iPhone4. Worldwide, Samsung probably sells more smartphones than anyone else , Looking into the future
– this article predicts that iPads will retain more than 50% of the installed base of all tablets in 2016, but Android and Windows Metro will be the other two dominant platforms. 1) Adobe
Captivate 5.5 The HTML5 Converter for Adobe
Captivate 5.5 Thanks! MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2011
using different types of devices
in multitudes of languages across diverse geographies are sure to drive awareness in mobile learning and generate interest from organizations of all sizes seeking to achieve their own successes and become more innovative in the way the train and support their ever-mobile learning communities. Device
Diversity is the “New Normal”. After all, would you rather check your email, Twitter or Facebook on your smartphone using your device
’s native email/twitter/FB app or launch your mobile web browser to stay connected? a.k.a. Prediction #2. Robert MORE >>
UPSIDE LEARNING No Escaping Mobile Learning – Webinar Recording & Audience Queries Answered
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 22, 2012
Computing shifting to handheld devices
. Getting started with a simpler mobile learning project will help get your hands dirty and give you some valuable inputs which will be very useful for strategic planning in future
. A: Upside learning doesn’t provide free software to develop content for mobile devices
. 4: Have you tried synchronous learning on mobile devices
? As we start using services like webex and adobe
connect for web conferencing on the phone, and face time and Skype for video calls, doing synchronous learning on mobile devices
is certainly an option. MORE >>
- My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap MLEARNING TRENDS | MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2012
- The Mobile Learner MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2009
- Rapid Intake Shout Out: Understanding Mobile Learning: 3 High. RAPID INTAKE MOBILE LEARNING | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2011
- Designing eLearning for iPads – Webinar Recording and Q&A UPSIDE LEARNING | TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2013
- Creating Successful m-Learning Strategy – Part 3 UPSIDE LEARNING | WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2010
- Growth Accelerates CellCast Solution Innovations MLEARNING TRENDS | FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010
- Fear of Mobile Learning - Taking Teaching Further MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 2009
- Increase in mobile internet « e-Learning Stuff MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009
- Mobile Devices: Breaking Through the Walled Garden THE MOBILE LEARNER | FRIDAY, MAY 25, 2012
- Mobile E-learning Publishing: iPad, iPhone, or Kindle – Which do iChoose? MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2010
- My mLearning Predictions for 2010 MLEARNING TRENDS | SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2010
- New Hot List: Mobile Learning Content Community MLEARNOPEDIA ON BLOGSPOT | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2009
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