Is it a must for mobile devices to run HTML5?
When we develop our SCORM files in Storyline 2, we notice that some animations are lost and some shapes don't look the same as how we design them when running the html5 file, while everything looks fine when running the html file. This happens across a good number of browsers that we've been testing on.
Though currently our LMS runs the html versions of our courses automatically for desktop users, which don't distort our graphic designs, we can't stop the LMS from delivering the html5 versions of the same courses to mobile users. So here I got 2 questions.
- Is there a way that we can make sure that all animations and graphic designs are identical between html and html5 files?
- If question 1 is not solved, how can we work around, say, to force the LMS to deliver html5 versions to our mobile users?