What is best software to use in creating an e-learning?tanx.i will w8 for the answer?

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Asked Jul 27, 2010
It depends on how the software is intended to work. A stand-alone system that is to be installed and operated on a PC could be written in Visual Basic or C++. A web based system that uses your browser to display static web pages could be written in HTML, a page formatting language. If it requires interaction with the user like this web site does, it would have to be scripted using a server side scripting language like perl script. The script would read the input from the user and redraw the pages in HTML.

That's a very brief description. There are many software products available to help automate the process. Generally, the easier the system is to learn, the more limitations on what you can do with it. If you want the maximum control over your project, the more complicated programming languages like the ones mentioned above offer that.

Answered Jul 27, 2010
Edited Jul 27, 2010
Try Moodle.com
Answered Mar 11, 2011
There are several kinds of software platforms for creating a custom e learning system. According to the courses’ requirement, usability, security you can select any paid or open source such as Moodle, Litmos, Topyx, LRN , Saba, Sakai and Blackboard. As far as I am concerned If you don’t want to spend more and looking for feasible software then, Moodle is best otherwise for paid Blackboard, saba. But before using Blackboard and Saba you have to purchase license, including additional cost for software upgrades and maintenance. There are many E-learning software development companies like Chetu that help in providing customized solutions for e-learning system.
Answered Aug 01, 2018

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