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SEPTEMBER 9, 2010 Apple announcement is excellent news for cross-platform app developers!
The big news of the moment amongst App developers, is the surprise announcement by Apple that they are relaxing some key restrictions on how Apps can be made. This should give developers the flexibility they want, while preserving the security we need. Ignoring the Adobe vs Apple squabbles for a moment, there was another group of developers who were being caught in the fallout.
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FEBRUARY 9, 2011 5 Reasons Flash is NOT dying.give me a break!
The only reason anyone is still hollering about this is because Apple still refuses Flash on their mobile devices. Still, our e-learning software relies predominantly on Flash for desktop browser consumption. Here are my five reasons Flash is not dying: Reason #1: HTML5 is not cross-browser compatible and Flash is Flash is still the best way to deliver content to desktop browsers. Cross browser compatibility is a huge (yes HUGE) problem. From the very beginning Flash was a godsend because it would work in almost any browser. That it's old technology.
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NOVEMBER 9, 2011 Adobe Drops Flash for Mobile - What Does it Mean for mLearning and eLearning?
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? Apple and Android), most mobile learning authoring solutions (such as Rapid Intake's rapid authoring for mobile learning software, mLearning Studio) publish to HTML5 rather than Flash. Flash is still the best choice as a deployment method for e-learning for three main reasons: Flash output is much more secure than HTML5.
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DECEMBER 30, 2011 Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2012
The many advantages of mobile web apps – like cross platform OS support for iOS, Android and others – will still be mitigated in key areas like security, off-line storage, sync updates, access to device features like cameras (although this is improving in the spec) plus critical infosec concerns like SSO support when disconnected and remote wipe capabilities that just don’t work in mobile web apps yet. retail sales, in field tech trucks, departmental loaners) but requiring enterprise level controls and security too. So, in no certain order, here are my predictions… 1. Summary.
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DECEMBER 7, 2009 M-Learning Decisions: Web App or Native App?
Check out these previous posts on Apps for the future and Google vs Apple to see where I was coming from. But one thing seems to be clear and that’s the fact that mobile browsers are getting much better and most newer mobile browsers are implementing the WebKit Open Source framework similar to what Apple did when they created Safari for the iPhone. “We use BES server to give us relatively secure access to our internal network, says Alfons Schermaier, senior architect at chemicals manufacturer PPG Industries. “Native Vs. Web.
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DECEMBER 28, 2011 Enterprise Mobile Learning 2011 - Year in Review
After years of BlackBerry dominance in the pockets and purses of enterprise personnel, iOS (Apple) and Android-based mobile phones and tablet devices will supplant RIM-supplied smartphones as the primary desired (and likely used) smart devices for mobile learning – at least in North America. a.k.a. How On Target Were My 2011 Predictions? Prediction #1 - mLearning Engagements Expand. Robert
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MLEARNING TRENDS Enterprise mLearning Predictions for 2011
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 2, 2011
After years of BlackBerry dominance in the pockets and purses of enterprise personnel, iOS (Apple
) and Android -based mobile phones and tablet devices will supplant RIM-supplied smartphones as the primary desired (and likely used) smart devices for mobile learning – at least in North America. Sure, companies may still provided workers with an old BlackBerry (on a 2-year contract), but increasingly more people will opt to use their own iPhones/iPads or Android handsets or tablets once their devices can be secured
and supported within their organizations. Pad/Tablet Use Explodes ! MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS CellCast mSCORM Player Announced
| SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2010
We launch with support added to most of our core CellCast Widgets including all Android-based devices, Apple
iPhones, iPad and iPod touch media players, BlackBerry devices (running BBOS 4.5 delivery models, the priority to add "SCORM support" slipped several times due to the technical complexities imposed by the web browsers
of most mobile devices. We're pleased to announce the availability of the CellCast mSCORM Player , the latest extension to our CellCast Solution platform for enterprise mobile learning delivery. and higher) and smartphones running Windows Mobile v6.1 and v6.5. MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS CellCast App for BlackBerry 10
| WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2013
The next few years of the enterprise mLearning landscape were focused on supporting mobile workers equipped with nearly ubiquitous BlackBerry smartphones from Research in Motion; sure, there were some new Apple
iPhones out there and Google had just introduced Android into the market but real companies needed real devices with real security
so most organizations sought to leverage those BlackBerry populations for their mobile learning needs. Oh what a difference a few years makes, eh? popular four or five years ago. MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS 2010: mLearning Year in Review
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2010
Several more of the Tier 2/Tier 3 LMS vendors also “tossed their hat in the ring” (or towards it anyway) announcing some way of publishing content so it could appear via a mobile browser
on the iPhones , iPads and Android device trying to capture a few of their most “loyal fans” in learning land. Tablet-based content delivery of mlearning will win our "hearts & minds" over netbook-based content delivery thanks largely to the arrival of Apple's
much rumored "iSlate" tablet offering. Apple
iOS , Android , BlackBerry , Windows Mo/Pho ). A.K.A. Validated (“Double”). MORE >>
MLEARNING TRENDS Picking the "Right" Smartphone for mLearning
| SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 2010
Everyone talks about how smartphones are really "pocket computers" -- and to some extent they are -- but the reality is some of the older mobile device still in active service are more akin to an early Osborne 1 luggable portable PC (circa 1981) than they are to a sleek and powerful mordern Dell Precision laptop or Apple
Macbook Pro. They also probably lack Wi-Fi and have web browsers
that make Internet Explorer ver 5.0 The reason is simple: mobile devices -- especially smartphones -- were not created equal. seem advanced. Windows Mobile v5.0 MORE >>
- Flash Player On Devices – Going Mobile Just Got Easier MLEARNING IS GOOD | TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2010
- My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap MLEARNING TRENDS | MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2012
- ACU's iPhone initiative: a year later MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 2009
- Mobile Learning « Shijina’s Blog MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 2009
- Frequently Asked Q: Update on ACU's Mobile Learning Initiative MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2009
- Handheld Reflections Day Two « e-Learning Stuff MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2009
- Mobile learning in a military context « e-Learning Stuff MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2009
- Increase in mobile internet « e-Learning Stuff MLEARNOPEDIA DELICIOUS | TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 2009
- mLearning-World.com: Christmas Wish List - The Ultimate mLearning Package MLEARNING WORLD | SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2006
- mLearning Content Types - Level 5: Courseware MLEARNING TRENDS | TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2010
- How to Create a Flash Lite RSS Reader- Part 1 MLEARNING WORLD | MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2009
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