October 25, 2019
Easy Steps to Transform Your Flash-based Courses to HTML5
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October 25, 2019
Easy Steps to Transform Your Flash-based Courses to HTML5
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Flash to html5 Conversion

Who knows, new smartphones may emerge numerously year by year and may last till the world ends. This incremental development in the technology affects the elearning industry and give way to discover new technologies to deliver the digital learning solutions such that to meet the learner requirement.

Elearning developers are now switching from flash technology to HTML5, because most of the mobile devices doesn’t prefer Flash plugin. Hence the organizations are making their move towards converting flash elearning to html5. There are many elearning authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline, Lectora Inspire, Adobe Captivate, Camtasia, iSpring, etc., that are used in HTML5 conversion process.

For complete Blog post visit: Legacy course conversion – Flash to HTML5

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2019-10-29 08:50:42
2019-10-29 08:50:42

Seems bit outdated since you talk only about mobile devices, while the biggest challenge is that the end of the Flash Player for ALL browsers is next year. If you do not have control over the updating of browsers by your learners, lot of present eLearning courses in companies which do not allow mobile devices yet will be inaccessible.

Such a conversion is not easy, whatever tool you use. HTML5 is supported in a different way by browsers. All SWF animations have to be taken out. Theoretically you may call it easy, but that is not at all the case as I learned during consultancy jobs.

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