Best Practices When Converting Flash eLearning to HTML5

Posted by Rachael Jones on Jul 22, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Best Practices When Converting Flash eLearning to HTML5


It is now clear to all development professionals that Adobe has discontinued its Flash product, replacing it with HTML5.

Flash has been in use for two decades and used by developers to create games, multimedia content, and videos for online use. Flash has also been used in the development of eLearning courses meaning that once Flash is discontinued, many eLearning programs will no longer be supported and may stop working altogether.

 

To maintain the online content created with Flash like gaming, advertising and eLearning, companies have stated to plan for HTML5 conversion using Flash conversion software. HTML5 will strive to offer flexibility and improve the learning experience for employees as they will be able to access training programs at their convenience with less technical issues.

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Topics: custom eLearning solution, eLearning solutions, eLearning services, Adobe Flash, flash to html5 conversion, tips for elearning, converting flash to html5

Do You Have Flash eLearning Courses to Convert?

Posted by Rachael Jones on Mar 10, 2020 9:30:00 AM

Do You Have Flash eLearning Courses to Convert?

Adobe Flash Discontinued!

For more than 20 years, developers of games, online videos and multimedia eLearning content used adobe flash as their go-to development software. Adobe has recently announced that distribution and support for adobe flash will be discontinued by the end of 2020: https://theblog.adobe.com/adobe-flash-update/

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Topics: Adobe Flash, elearning companies, html5 elearning, flash to html5 conversion

Gone in a Flash: Planning Your HTML5 eLearning Conversion

Posted by Nisha Amin on Mar 1, 2018 8:46:00 AM

Gone in a Flash: Planning Your HTML5 eLearning Conversion

Tips from Your Corporate Training Company

As a learning and development professional, you likely know that Adobe will be phasing out its Flash product by early 2020. For over 20 years, Flash was the most popular software used by developers to create games, videos and other multimedia content for online consumption. It has also been widely used for eLearning course development. In recent years, other technologies such as HTML5 have been launched as alternatives to Flash.1

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Topics: html5 elearning, html5 elearning authoring tools, flash to html5 conversion

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