This article is about all-in-one gomo eLearning authoring tool, and its many benefits, including cloud-based storage, responsive and adaptive HTML5 multi-device capabilities, and powerful built-in learning analytics.
Confused how to go about it or from where to start due to the various technologies available to develop apps? Your choice of a native or a hybrid app will depend on several contrasting factors.
Authoring tool analytics can demonstrate more than just who took the course - they can show how long it took to complete, which sections took longer, who's not finished the course, their location and what device they took the learning on. These are all extremely useful tools for Learning and Development leaders.
How do you separate the good eLearning authoring tools from the truly great ones? Easy! Start by looking for these 5 essential features all good authoring tools should have.
The best eLearning authoring tools are built with HTML5 in mind. But what is HTML5 and why does it make eLearning content design easier and quicker? To make sure you're getting the most out of your eLearning design, ask yourself these 4 key questions.
The eLearning authoring tools are playing a huge role in success of eLearning courseware. These tools provide great features to develop effective online modules suited for modern-day learning requirements. Amongst many features that have been developed over the years, responsive learning is the stand out feature that has been highly prioritized by almost every HTML5 authoring tool.In this blog, we will go through the latest updates of some of the well-known authoring tools and know its progress
Not all HTML5 authoring tools are created the same when it comes to creating meaningful and memorable interactivity. SmartBuilder provides a new approach for creating logic that is measurably faster, and easier than ever before.
Flash is dying. In fact we know that by the end of 2020 it will be 6 feet under the ground. And to think that for the past 20 years no developer could imagine a world without it. HTML 5 now rules the world (thankfully) and Adobe, ambivalent about losing Flash, has already adapted to the ever changing technological landscape. What does that mean for you? Well, I’m glad you asked.