Tag Archive: HTML5

Sep
03
2013

Articulate Storyline HTML5 Performance on iPad – An Accidental Discovery

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Articulate Storyline HTML5 courses generally known for their slower performance on mobile browsers. With the heavier multimedia the mobile browser could be unstable and frequently crash. Articulate support team claims this is due to HTML5 inherent limitations. But in my previous articles i have done some in-depth analysis about storyline’s HTML5 performance while comparing with …

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Aug
07
2013

Adobe Captivate7 vs Articulate Storyline vs Lectora Inspire – Side by Side Comparison

My previous post to compare Adobe Captivate 6 vs Articulate Storyline received a fair attention. As the Adobe Captivate7 released with a decent buzz, I have decided to take a closer look at it and compare its strengths and weaknesses against its prime competitors Articulate Storyline and Lectora Inspire. I know I am late in …

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Jul
24
2013

How to hide the Articulate Storyline HTML5 launch page on iOS/iPad

When launching Storyline HTML5 courses from iPad, have you noticed an intermediate launch page with a ‘Play’ button before the actual course loaded? Ever wondered what the purpose of it is and why it comes up only for iOS? Here is the reason – iOS does not support HTML5 autoplay attributes for <audio> and <video> …

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Jul
11
2013

Articulate Storyline for HTML5/JavaScript Developers

This is the continuation of my previous post on Behind the Scenes – Decoding Articulate Storyline I am curious to cover little more advanced topics here for the benefit HTML5/javascript developers specifically. Storyline with jQuery In the past I have noticed developers tried to use the jQuery library into storyline courses in many ways possible …

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Jul
04
2013

How UIWebview Temp Files/Cookies Storage Managed on iOS Hybrid Apps

UIWebview is a popular option for developing hybrid apps in iOS. It allows embedding of HTML5 based or similar web apps into a native iOS container so the cross platform development and maintenance simplified to some extent. So a hybrid app can include web browser (or web pages) into it. But the question is, how …

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