Month: November 2011

Android ICS and Flash

As hinted in Adobe’s announcement that it would stop developing the Flash Player for mobile devices, the next official version of Android will be supported, but that’ll pretty much be it. In ‘Android Update Keeps Flash Advantage’, Forbe’s reports, “Google‘s Android Ice Cream Sandwich OS will receive Flash support, sustaining one of the platform’s biggest […]

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A Moment of Clarity for Mobility and Flash Development

The web has been alight with rumors and both joyful and angry proclamations after last week’s announcement by Adobe that they will be discontinuing development of the Flash Player for mobile devices, as well as contributing the Flex SDK to an open source foundation. This has ranged from targeted responses to wild chants of ‘Flash […]

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Captivate publishing, course descriptions, and thanks

First, thanks to “eLearningLearning” for picking up the previous blog post on Captivate publishing to the LMS. Second thanks goes to our internal SCORM experts (notably Brian K.) on providing clarity on why our LMS does not pick up ‘course descriptions’ from published Captivate SCOs…where it does pick those up from Articulate SCOs… “Course Description” […]

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Publishing Captivate Lessons for LMS/SCORM Tracking

First, be sure to update Captivate 5 to ver., launch Captivate 5 and select Help > Updates (be sure you are connected to the Internet). There are no updates available at the time of this article for Captivate 5.5, so updating isn’t an option to resolve any potential LMS/SCORM issues with those projects. Next, […]

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