This article lists all the technical requirements that makes Acadal run as intended in your company. Listed alphabetically.
The Acadal webapp is optimized for the following browsers:
- Microsoft Edge v. 40.15 and later
- Mozilla Firefox v. 54.0 and later
- Google Chrome v. 59.0 and later
- Safari v. 10.1 and later
Internet Explorer 11 and later versions are supported but not recommended.
The Acadal webapp can only be reached on the following domain: https://app.acadal.com/
Make sure the domain has been whitelisted in your firewall.
Mails and Spamfilters
The users must be created on the Acadal Webapp with an e-mail adress they administer themselves.
The users must be able to receive mails from the following adress: email@example.com
- Check the @acadal.com domain has been whitelisted for all users in your spamfilter
- To avoid issues, links that users receive in mails must be set to open in one of the compatible browsers with access to: https://app.acadal.com
- E-mails are formatted in HTML. To ensure the optimal experience we highly recommend the user's e-mail client supports HTML.
Mobile and Tablet
The Acadal Webapp is supported on the following platforms with limited functionality:
- Android 4.4 and later
- Safari and Chrome for iOS 10.2 and later
We only recommend Mobile and Tablet as secondary platforms.
Remote Desktop and Terminal Servers
Some companies use different solutions in which e.g. mails can only be accessed via a terminal-server or similar. Since Acadal is a cloudbased platform the performance can be affected, which is why we recommend that it is primarily accessed via a local browser.
The following minimum resolution is required when using Acadal on Desktops and Laptops:
For the best experience we recommend a resolution of 1920x1080 or higher.
Sound and Audio in the Browser
Most Sprints (courses on the Acadal Webapp) will contain both sound and video. Therefore the user must have access to a system with connected speakers or a headset.
The audio files run in MP3 format whilst the video files run in mp4 format. Both formats are broadly supported on most modern platforms.