Moodle is Hosting an HTML5 Media Player And Standards Conversation, Come Join!

By HTMLGoodies Staff

If you’re aware of certain characteristics that everyone would find useful, yet you cant seem to find them in a media player, this conversation is for you. Moodle is a web application, and if users do not access courses through the Moodle Mobile app, it means they do so through a browser. The ability to play video and audio files comes from browsers compatible with the HTML5 standard. The players, about which the Moodle community is debating on, are visual customizations on a technology that comes in the browser. Continue reading this story here.

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