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Established in 2007, Interaktiv is a multimedia development company specialising in e-learning solutions. Based in the UK, we work with individuals, businesses, institutions and organisations throughout the world transforming ideas into reality.
Supporting Opus Professional and Digital Developers
E-learning Solutions for Business and Education
Friendly Customised Support and Service
Recognised World Wide Client Base
Coding Your Application
Supporting Your Project
Solving Your Problems
Discussing Your Ideas
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HTML5 : The Language of Layout. HTML is a collection of elements that a browser uses to describe the structure of a website. HTML v5 updates these elements to provide, amongst others things, common features that have previously been handled by third-party plugins. These new elements include video; audio & canvas (drawing). Tip: The term HTML5 is commonly used to refer to three core web technologies - HTML5; CSS3 & JavaScript Want to find out more about the new elements : Can I Use? CSS3 : The Language of Style. CSS is all about looks. It takes all those plain & boring HTML elements and gives them flare. Until CSS v3, this prong of the core trio mostly took a back seat but this latest rendition places page presentation well and truly at the forefront as reflected in the excellent cross-browser support it now receives. Tip: There are several ways to add CSS to a document but good practice suggests separating the content (HTML) from the design (CSS) by using external style sheets. How much style does your browser have : CSS3 Test JavaScript : The Language of Action. JavaScript makes things on your web-page happen! Whether you click it; touch it; flick it; press it; time it; wait for it; stretch it; drag it; drop it; calculate it; perform it or animate it - JavaScript does it! Tip : To make life easier, JavaScript libraries - such as JQuery repackage useful JavaScript functionality into a simpler - ‘write less, do more’ series of commands. But under the hood, it’s still JavaScript. Want to take a crash course in JavaScript : Codecademy Opus Professional : Visual Design & Development Digital Workshop’s Opus Pro allows for the creation of beautiful & highly interactive web applications through a visual interface providing non-programing designers with a route for rapid application development without writing a single line of code. Tip : Interaktiv can build a mashup that blends your Opus HTML5 project with sprinklings of any of the other web technologies below to solve problems; simplify tasks; push boundaries; access new technology ; integrate solutions and transform ideas into reality. Learn more about the software that should be in every web designers’ toolkit : Opus Professional SQL : The Database Dialogue. SQL (pronounced "ess-que-el") stands for Structured Query Language and is how most web applications talk to a database. The basics of SQL mean that you can find ( where ); save ( insert ); update and delete the data that your web application requires. Normally, databases are kept on a web server with your web application - which means you and your users always have access to the stored information. Tip : Remember most countries have laws governing what and how data is stored electronically. Want to learn to query a database : The SQL Course SVG : The Tinomous Elephant . There are two types of graphics - vectors & rasters. The latter, such as the JPEGs that are produced by your digital camera, create images by using tiny dots called pixels. The bigger and clearer the image - the more pixels you need - the more pixels you have - the larger the file - the longer the file takes to load. Vectors are different. Some images (think clipart) are composed of shapes that can be represented through mathematical expressions. This means whether you have a postage stamp elephant or a poster-board elephant - the same maths can be used to draw it perfectly. Tip : In the weird world of acronyms, SVG seems redundant - as Vectors by their nature are both Scalable and Graphics. Check out the power of SVG with these examples : SVG Wow PHP : The Hidden Language The three core languages (HTML5; CSS3 & JS) are interpreted by a browser on the client computer - IE the device you have in front of you now. However, most web applications reside on a device connected to the client via the Internet. These machines (called servers) are also able to run programming languages such as PHP. The client cannot see this server-side code - but can send information to the PHP script and receive results back. This powerful relationship helps build secure, modern applications. Tip : Typically, JavaScript has been a client-side language - but it has found a new role server-side in the form of Node.js Need to get up and running with PHP : Free Wiki PHP Book SCORM : The Standard in Sharing SCORM is a set of technical standards that help e-learning developers share content across e-learning systems. The content is built with various web technologies - such as those below and then SCORM defines how that content communicates with the host LMS and how it is packaged for sharing. Tip : Because SCORM communication uses JavaScript, HTML5 is a great choice for content development. What is Interaktiv’s favourite Learning Management System (LMS) : Moodle Which web technologies would you like to mash together? drag and drop a technology here to find out more
Transform Your Web Application Idea Into Reality HTML5 + CSS3 + JavaScript + Opus Professional + SQL + SVG + PHP + SCORM
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