Supporting the Moodle Mobile App
MMA and Filters.
However that won’t work when delivered to the MMA. The MMA doesn’t know anything about PAGE and headers and footers. It will just expect (and just get) the html part.
PoodLL (and Video Easy and Generico) to the Rescue
Here at PoodLL we have a solution for this tricky situation. We added “alternate content” fields to each template. This is where we put content to be returned to the MMA. In the Flowplayer and other player templates we have added basic HTML5 video tags in the alternate content area. So when accessed through a browser you will see a flowplayer, when accessed via the MMA you will see a simple HTML5 video player.
This page on the PoodLL demo site illustrates this:
On the MMA it looks like this:
From a desktop browser it looks like this: