With eFrontPro, the new, revamped, version of our popular eFront LMS platform we made a (sure) bet into the feature of e-learning, incorporating the latest web technologies, adding several long requested features and streamlining our codebase to serve as the foundation of our future work.
While doing that we strived to keep everything that made eFront so popular and intuitive.
In this post we’ll have a look in the features eFrontPro offers for organizing your courses. Some of them will be familiar from eFront, others are new, and some have minor or major changes in their implementation.
But they were all designed to work together to make your life easier, based on our research into how you use our products.
So, let’s have a look.
The quick version of this post: Visit http://betapro.efrontlearning.com to try the newest eFront.
eFront, our industry leading e-learning solution has always been a great professional tool, catering to the needs and requirements of medium size enterprises and organizations. And today we have some important news about it to share!
The user interface (UI) of eFrontPro is based on Bootstrap-3. This means that, by default, eFrontPro has a fluid interface and unified UI and animation elements. But this is only the tip of iceberg as eFrontPro comes with a vast number of additional interface improvements that you will find handy. Let’s find out what’s new and noteworthy in this post.
Efront has been around for quite some time (almost 12 years, actually!). During this time, we’ve witnessed the rise (and, occasionally, fall) of many great technologies, libraries and trends, several of which we had embraced ourselves. Time has come for some change though.
As we approach the release date of eFrontPro’s public beta we feel it’s time to discuss what should be expected.
eFrontPro (originally code-named eFront4) is a huge step forward on a number of fronts. It combines the depth of eFront with a new fluid interface, reworked internals and support for blended learning. At the same time, eFrontPro maintains a familiar tone.
This is the first of a series of articles in which we will be analyzing the following features of eFront: