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What Browsers Does Learnosity Support?

A list of all the web browsers and operating system platforms supported and regularly tested by Learnosity.

Supported Platforms 

Learnosity's APIs are largely a collection of powerful, frontend Javascript & HTML5 APIs designed to deliver a whole User Interface and User Experience to your end user. The tables below provide some information on browser support in general, and for audio & video recording in particular.

Core API Support

OS/Browser Windows macOS iOS Android Chrome OS
Chrome latest stable ✓ 
Firefox latest stable and ESR X
Safari 10, 11, 12
IE 11 (Desktop)
Edge latest stable X X

Updated 5 Mar 2019

    ✓   Denotes fully supported browsers that are tested in and support is provided for.

    ✓   Denotes supported browsers that are not part of the normal testing workflow.

    X   Denotes "not supported".

    –   Denotes that this browser is not available on that operating system.

Important Please note that previous versions of listed browsers are not supported.

Audio recording 

OS/Browser Windows macOS iOS Android Chrome OS
Chrome latest stable ✓ 
Firefox latest stable and ESR X
Safari 10, 11, 12
IE 11 (Desktop)
Edge latest stable X X – 

Updated 5 Mar 2019

Notes

  • Audio recording functionality is provided either via WebRTC (by default) or via Flash (as a fallback mode).
  • WebRTC mode requires the page be loaded over HTTPS. If HTTPS is not available, then the fallback mode of Flash is used.
  • Web Views on iOS currently do not support WebRTC or Flash, so audio Questions are not available when loaded under an iOS Web View.
  • Version 11+ of Flash is required for audio recording in Flash mode.

Video recording (premium bundle) 

OS/Browser Windows macOS iOS Android Chrome OS
Chrome latest stable  
Firefox latest stable and ESR    
Safari 10, 11, 12 X
IE 11 (Desktop) X
Edge latest stable X X

Updated 5 Mar 2019

Spellcheck and text correction 

OS/Browser Windows macOS iOS Android Chrome OS
Chrome latest stable   X
Firefox latest stable and ESR     X
Safari 10, 11, 12 X
IE 11 (Desktop) X
Edge latest stable X X
  • In some questions types, there is the option to enable or disable spellcheck and text correction, which controls browser spellcheck, auto-complete, auto-correct and auto-capitalize on response fields.
  • iOS provides a method to disable auto–complete so that text suggestions are not displayed to or corrected for the user as they type.
  • Predictive text keyboards may still display text suggestions even if browser spellcheck, auto-complete, auto-correct and auto-capitalize are disabled for a text input field. This is common on Android devices which are considered to be unsupported.

Updated 15 Nov 2019

 

 

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