HTML5 for iPad – Early Preview Now Available!

Thanks everyone for your response to the HTML5 – Coming Soon announcement on Facebook page and Twitter.

Soon is sooner now – You can now have an “Early Preview” of our HTML5 output for the iPad.

All you need to do is:

1. Get onto our Facebook page
2. Leave a comment on our Wall. Tell us why HTML5 interests you. We will get back to you with next steps.

Let the conversations begin!

58 Responses

  1. What if you don’t like or use stupid Facebook? I had enough of being sent silly farmville animals and virtual gifts..I’m 43!! It’s for kids…so why do you restrict this to having to ‘like’ you on Facebook?

  2. I’ve an avid user of HTML5 and Captivate so this aligns perfectly with my organisations vision.

    I do not have a Facebook account, and I’m not understanding the short-sightedness here by requiring a Facebook account just to access this exciting preview 🙁

  3. Hi – I’m a long term user of Captivate, other Adobe products; and content.
    looking to HTML5 as a solution for IOs devices and phones. Let me know. Thanks!

  4. I work for the U.S. government, and as such (due to my clearance level) I cannot have a membership to ANY social website. This is true of thousands of government and military workers. You should not exclude us from commenting!


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  6. I made the following comment on the Facebook page but haven’t heard back. Is there anything else I need to do?

    “Our clients want mobile solutions and right now we’re literally screen recording our Captivate presentations to post as videos on mobile devices. Bring on the HTML5 output for the iPad!”

  7. Not too sure why Adobe wastes time with this stuff when there are so many bugs in Captivate that need fixing first. Perhaps not corrupting my audio in each project I do (putting gaps in where the slide changes), or mysteriously shifting the slide changes every now and then.

  8. OK, this is ridiculous. All I want to know is…Does Captivate create an HTML5 version for the iPad? I am creating courses for our flash-based LMS and want to also upload (optional) iPad versions of the class.
    Sure, I COULD go on Facebook, but my ex-wife met the guy she dumped me for on that site, and I swore never to use it again!
    Can I just get an answer please?

  9. Creating good eLearning means creating communities without having to reinvent the wheel every time. I respect Adobe’s decision to use Facebook. Let’s face it – most people have it. It is a tool that we can also make use of as learning developers. Facebook can be (and is) useful for a lot more than farmville and certainly not just for kids. My 80 year old mother in law is an active participant. I understand some people have purist views and balk at social networking but I think you do so at the risk of missing an opportunity to enrich your learning offering.

  10. mmm … use a company that sells the service of selling my information so I can do something that is wholly work-related.
    somewhere, somehow your paradigms got all screwed up.
    yes, i want to use this product on iPad. no, i will not to use a third-party program to register my interest.

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  12. Why Adobe is doing this? I don’t even have facebook! Can’t have one because of clearance. Please post the updated news on Adobe Forums instead!!!!!!

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