I was trying to publish our first course conversion in Captivate 6 and noticed that I cannot publish a course in HTML5 using Internal Server Reporting as my reporting function. We have build our company's LMS around that capability and I find it odd that a few of the reporting features are unavailable in HTML5.
Does anyone know if there is an update coming with Internal Server reporting in HTML5? If so, how far down the pipeline does that look?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm really needing the "Internal Server" function to be available! The options on using SCORM and AICC requiring a LMS (either using a free open source or pay one) is to much of a pain and limits what freedom I have on adding modules directly to our Copmany site in HTML 5 format. I'd like to hear the reason why this isn't supported in the HTML 5 Publishing settings.
I think we all just need to be a little more patient.
HTML5 functionality has only really JUST arrived to Captivate. It's going to take quite a while for all of the features we take for granted in normal HTM.SWF output to get implemented in HTML5 as well. The whole "standard" of HTML5 (if you can call it that) is still in a state of flux and cross-browser support is a minefield of issues.
You can bet your little cotton socks that Adobe is working feverishly to add HTML5 features as fast as they can. If it were ready for prime time, we'd be seeing it now. But since some people are very quick to criticise ANYTHING released by Adobe that doesn't work perfectly out of the box, I for one can understand their reticence to just shove it out there, ready or not. As has been pointed out already on this forum, Cp6 still has a few rough edges that need cleaning up.
Since they are Adobe technologies through and through, Acrobat.com and Adobe Connect probably rely heavily on Flash functionality, which is not part of HTML5. So I'm not surprised they haven't been released yet for HTML5. Those wanting Internal Server for HTML5 might also just have to wait for a bit longer.
Europe, Middle East and Africa