WebRTC allows for video calls and screen sharing through a web browser, without the need for a plugin. This advancing technology is improving the effectiveness of e-learning, customer support, and just about any service that relies on real-time communication (RTC.)
And a brilliant way to improve how users communicate is to augment RTC with annotations. In fact — it’s the nitty-gritty of... more
Choosing the right platform can be difficult. There is no single leader in the LMS sector, and solutions do not always align with user requirements. In many cases, organizations choose to customize an existing platform or create their own through, for example, outsourced development.
Five of the leading LMS platforms are Moodle, Totara, Docebo, Blackboard Learn, and SumTotal. For the sake of... more
Today, more and more players on the market add WebRTC support into their solutions. More applications in various business domains, for instance in e-Learning, are based on WebRTC technology.
Oxagile became one of the earliest adopters of WebRTC technology, having started exploring and testing the possibilities of this innovative technology back in 2013.
“Overall, WebRTC technology has... more
Many Christmas holiday traditions have persevered in the face of time, so did our annual summary of the top 10 memorable moments of the outgoing year. Check out what we have been up to in 2015 and share with us our little moments of glory!
1. Oxagile Received 2015 United States Excellence Award
Oxagile was singled out from the competition by the US Commerce & Trade Research Institute... more
The client is a hospitality company utilizing a custom front of house LMS to train restaurant staff. The learning system is designed to increase restaurant sales by training servers to become salespeople rather than simply take orders.
From a technical standpoint, the LMS is based on Open edX, a Harvard- and MIT-backed course management system created to address the... more
Adobe Captivate Prime
Captivate Prime hit the market in August, 2015, so it’s a new kid on the block. One of its oft-cited advantages is the Fluidic player, which claims to be able to play almost any content format you can throw at it. Another great plus is the accompanying mobile apps for both iOS and Android.
At the same time, some reviewers note that the visual design leaves much to... more
On October 19, Oxagile team returned from the Frankfurt Book Fair where Pavel Gavrilenko, Senior Sales Manager, Nastassia Shabasovich and Andrei Mailychka, Account Managers DACH held over 30 meetings with end users, publishers, and software producers in E-learning and digital content distribution domains.
“Frankfurt has this unique atmosphere to conduct business... more
Are you a start-up or business that needs a mobile app? If so, one of the first (and very important) decisions you’ll need to make is whether to go native or cross-platform.
If you go the native route, you’ll have to develop an individual app for each of the popular platforms (at least iOS and Android). Natively compiled apps are typically fastest, but there’s a price to pay: you need to... more
It’s already a given that people tend to use mobile apps more and more each year. So it’s not surprising that mobile app development is as trendy a term as ever. With interest in the field constantly growing, a lot of larger development companies have opened dedicated mobile departments. At the same time, independent engineers and start-ups are constantly working to build the next big thing:... more
If we were to do a poll, most business analysts would probably have no trouble identifying what a traceability matrix is. Also, most would probably say they don’t use it as often as they should. I feel your pain: If your project includes several thousand requirements, dealing with traceability becomes a major ordeal.
For me, traceability matrix still remains a purely academic notion. That... more