In order to fully experience TheLMSapp to an iPad device you will need to have or to develop HTML5 elearning courses. As it is established by now, iPad does not support (or ever will) Adobe’s flash. Fortunately there are many great ways to produce HTML5 courses and all major elearning authoring tools have added support to export courses in HTML5 format.

So, when it actually comes to HTML5 course design and development there are a number of authoring tools to get the job done. Considering that a couple of years ago there was only one or two authoring tools that supported HTML5 export you realize that we have come a long way and that this is the way that things will be moving to in the upcoming years. Here is a list of the major elearning authoring tools that support HTML5:

Other great (and free!) tools you can use to create your courses include:

  1. YouTube
  2. Slideshare
  3. Scribd
  4. Google Hangouts
  5. Ustream
  6. Jing
  7. Screenr

Create your HTML5 course using the authoring tool of your choice and have a look at our default LMS installationSign up if you want to upload your courses. They will be available from the desktop website and from TheLMSapp iPad application as well!

If you want to try TheLMSapp with your LMS sign up for the beta.

Do you have an HTML5 authoring tool to add to the list? Post it in the comments.

Comments to "HTML5 elearning authoring tools"

  1. Nick M

    March 29, 2013

    When you are viewing the eLearning course on a mobile device such as the Ipad, IPhone, or Android tab and smartphone, which browsers would you need to have, such as the latest versions too?

  2. afrigas

    April 1, 2013

    The default browser of iOS (mobile safari) and Android support HTML5 by default, so you do not need to install any additional software

  3. Nick M

    April 1, 2013

    Do you know which versions of the phones? For example, Does it automatically work on Android 2.2 and above? IPhone 3 and above, or any version?

  4. afrigas

    April 4, 2013

    It does work on any iOS version and I believe that goes for Android as well. You can have a look at a more detailed chart here –> http://mobilehtml5.org

  5. Ani T

    June 6, 2013

    Dictera® is a cloud-based, Collaborative platform to Author, Manage and Publish HTML5 content.

    Dictera® is designed to make the job easier for author, editor, asset producer and project managers. Its template driven approach facilitates authors to focus on the content and not worry about layout, its WYSIWYG review saves valuable time of the editor by quickly logging the bugs and its powerful workflow system allows project manager to efficiently manage complex projects.

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    October 2, 2013

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