Storyline, Flash vs. HTML5, iPads, and more
I'm new here. I've used Articulate Studio in the past, but I now have a client who wants to use Storyline, and it needs to run on iPads as well as in a Windows environment. Here are some of the issues I've been trying to sort through, and I'm hoping some of you will be able to add some great insights!
- From what I've read, HTML5 doesn't run so hot in Safari or in any version of Internet Explorer other than v 10, and not all potential learners will have the latest browser.
- My client has had an organization offer to host the course at a site that uses Adobe Connect on an Adobe Server as a quasi-LMS (in that it can run SCORM 1.2 Flash courses and do bookmarking and track scores), so we've considered publishing to Flash and using the Puffin browser on iPads to run the course from the Adobe Connect-based launch site.
I've tested this, and audio is really hiccupy running Flash in Puffin on an iPad. Does anyone know of any options that work better?
- We've considered creating a Storyline course and publishing it to both Flash and the Articulate Mobile Player, since courses seem to run really well on the player on iPad. Has anyone tried this? Were you able to have one course publish well to both Flash and the Articulate Player?
- Is anyone aware of a way to send SCORM data to Adobe Connect from something run in the Articulate player, or would we just have to limit the bookmarking/tracking to folks who launched the Flash course from Adobe Connect and have an external link for iPad users.