- Interactive content in many online education platforms seemed to vanish when flash lost its hold on the internet
- HTML5 was going to take over but it seems to have been a long road to something even close to what Flash could do
- Are we able to reproduce the same experiences?
Yes and no – it seems that we should able able to, but the solution is far from ‘the same’ as what flash could do. Why – because we no longer have one container, it used to be flash to deliver content, now it is different web browsers and each browser has to support the same functions for things to work across all browsers.
- Are there issues?
- mobile devices
- different versions of Moodle
- Different Moodle themes
- What about Moodle?
- Moodle 3.x has JQuery and JQuery UI built in
Christopher is an online education platform specialist. With over 20 years experience in online education content development, managing large scale online education platforms and developing education specific web applications for large Univiersities, TAFE colleges and private education organisations in Australia and Europe.