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New Virtual Classroom Update - Dec 2016

Network/Firewall Traversal

We're happy to introduce our newly upgraded network traversal capability to the HTML5 Virtual Classroom software especially for corporate people behind enterprise firewalls. This works transparently in the background keeping your users connected all the time even if they are behind strict firewalls and NATs.

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The New HTML5 Virtual Classroom

The new HTML5 Virtual Classroom major update is designed to deliver the most robust live training and collaboration experience. It works seamlessly in your website, LMS, CMS or app using our flexible RESTful developer API.

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Introducing Custom Domain Name For Virtual Classroom API Endpoint

Good News! Now you can mask Virtual Classroom API endpoint with your own custom domain name.

By default, Virtual Classroom endpoint is 
https://api.braincert.com. You can use External Domain Mapping feature to map your external domain such ashttps://www.myteachingcompany.com pointing to https://api.braincert.com

To map an external domain, go to Virtual Classroom API dashboard and click on "Set external domain mapping" tab and save your domain name.

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Introducing New Regions For Virtual Classroom

We’re excited to announce the launch of new datacenter regions to host your virtual classroom sessions globally.  

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BrainCert Launches World’s First WebRTC based HTML5 Virtual Classroom In 50 Languages

We are super excited to announce the launch of world’s first WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) based HTML5 Virtual Classroom in 50 Languages. HTML5 is an open source markup language that does not require a plug-in to run its applications. Removing the need for proprietary plug-ins like Adobe Flash certainly closes a common attack vector, and because HTML5 updates are delivered through browser updates, they're far more likely to be applied than patches for plug-ins.

We have replaced our Flash based online virtual classroom with a new HTML5 version for better functionality. We are aware of the serious security risks and vulnerabilities posed by Flash plug-in. Google, Mozilla, Amazon all have banned Flash, Apple doesn’t support it and Facebook is worried too. Thus, it was a necessary decision for us to switch to a safer HTML5 version which is supported by all top desktop browsers and we are soon to add support for iOS/Android devices.

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