[technology taskforce] The Adobe Connect HTML5 Roadmap

Jimmy Schulz jimmy.schulz at digital-guerilla.org
Mon Jul 27 08:14:46 UTC 2015

Hi all,

this sounds promissing. Allthough I'd prefer a free and open source
solutuion this development will no longer discriminate Linux and other
OS users.

cu jimmy...

Am 25.07.2015 um 22:20 schrieb Dev Anand Teelucksingh:
> Adobe has released information about Adobe Connect and HTML5 on its blog at
> http://blogs.adobe.com/adobeconnect/2015/07/the-adobe-connect-html5-roadmap.html
> "The Adobe Connect team is happy to share some significant developments
> in its support of HTML5/WebRTC.
> The Adobe Connect team believes that HTML5/WebRTC will solve three
> important challenges today:
> 1. Content compatibility: The promise of HTML5 is that content
> (elearning or otherwise) will work well on desktop and across mobile devices
> 2. Content portability: HTML5 will allow users to content create once
> and deploy it across platforms
> 3. Cross-browser real-time collaboration: WebRTC aims to provide
> cross-browser real-time collaboration
> In the future, we plan to support the following:
> * HTML5 content playing in Adobe Connect Meetings, including content
> created from Adobe Presenter and Adobe Captivate.
> * Easy client-side conversion of recordings to MP4 for portability of
> recordings to play across desktop and mobile.
> * The ability to create custom pods using HTML5/JavaScript via Adobe
> Connect SDK for use across both mobile and desktop.
> As WebRTC matures, Adobe Connect plans to be ready to support HTML5 on
> an even broader scale. We are already developing an Adobe Connect web
> client fully on HTML5 – so we are planning to be ready once HTML5 can
> support large scale collaboration across browsers.
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> Dev Anand
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