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HTML5 Authoring Tool Review
DevLearn 2011 Conference - November 3, 2011
HTML5 has wide potential as an eLearning development technology for improved accessibility and compliance with a wide variety of devices and browsers, so it’s not surprising that interest within the eLearning industry has skyrocketed over the last year. Since the eLearning industry first started paying attention to HTML5, the technology has become mature enough that it is widely in use on the Internet. Historically, the biggest drawback to moving to HTML5 development was the lack of available authoring tools. Now, many more tools are available, but with HTML5 encompassing such a wide range of technologies, it can be difficult to tell which software can do what your organization needs, and which is best suited to your eLearning design and development team. This session will help you navigate the waters of HTML5 authoring tool comparison by providing a comprehensive list of the tools that you should consider.
Participants in this session will get an up-to-the-minute overview of HTML5 development tools specific to the eLearning industry, as well as the most relevant tools for general Web development. You’ll get complete reviews of the most full-featured tools and you’ll see samples of work developed with the tools.
In this session, you will learn:
- The factors you should consider in your organization’s HTML5 development needs
- The tools you should consider in your product search
- The capabilities of the most full-featured HTML5 authoring tools
- Which tools are the best supplements to those tools, depending on your organization’s needs
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