HTML5 is here!
Courses and exams labelled with this graphic on the Teracom website are HTML5, which is an open standard for displaying multimedia and interaction on webpages.
HTML5 will run on windows and mac desktops, laptops and notebooks, iPad, iPhone, android notebooks, tablets and smartphones… and pretty much anything else.
Like regular HTML, HTML5 code is interpreted by and displayed in a browser. We recommend using Chrome browser, as Chrome is fast and gives good results.
Courses and exams with this graphic use flash, which runs great on windows and mac desktops, laptops, notebooks. They run on iPad, iPhone and android smartphones with a special browser.
Chrome browser has a built-in flash player, so CTNS, CIPTS and CTA run great in Chrome on mac or windows desktops, laptops, and notebooks.
But… when Steve Jobs invented the iPad, he wouldn’t allow flash on it. Steve had objections to flash including security, efficiency and power consumption.
The good news is there is an easy solution for iPad.
For iPad, CTNS, CIPTS and CTA run in a special $5 browser.
This one is popular This one has a free trial
This article in macworld from the UK explains the story in detail
Online course lessons and exams are displayed in a browser. We recommend Google Chrome as it is fast and gives good results.
When using a computer with Windows 8, please download Chrome browser and use that instead of Internet Explorer.