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3 Points To Keep In Mind When Outsourcing Flash To HTML5 Conversion

Dan Keckan

Flash is all but dead, and HTML5 is the new gold standard of eLearning courses. In order to convert their legacy Flash course, an organization needs to either hire an in-house team or outsource it to an eLearning vendor.

4 Reasons Why You Need A Custom eLearning Vendor

Tesseract Learning

Summary: The modern learners are looking for mobile, self-paced, and personalized eLearning content. You might be looking to develop such content on your own or outsource your eLearning to a custom eLearning vendor. How Can A Custom eLearning Vendor Help You?

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4 Reasons Why You Need A Custom eLearning Vendor

Tesseract Learning

Summary: The modern learners are looking for mobile, self-paced, and personalized eLearning content. You might be looking to develop such content on your own or outsource your eLearning to a custom eLearning vendor. How Can A Custom eLearning Vendor Help You?

4 Reasons Why You Need A Custom eLearning Vendor

Tesseract Learning

Summary: The modern learners are looking for mobile, self-paced, and personalized eLearning content. You might be looking to develop such content on your own or outsource your eLearning to a custom eLearning vendor. How Can A Custom eLearning Vendor Help You?

Ensuring An Effective Transition From Flash To HTML5

Wizcabin

Although the conversion of flash to HTML5 can take two different approaches, choosing one of them depends solely on the number of projects. In case you’re having a huge number of courses with inadequate skills, you should outsource for an effective transition from flash to HTML5.

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2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

Traditional "e"-learning vendors will all jump into the "m"-learning and social networking spaces with "first generation" offerings they believe will address the mobile requirements of their customers and prospects; these early efforts will prove largely ineffective as evidenced by their many iterative and incremental updates, retries and course corrections. Others vendors will quickly follow/respond. lack of Flash support). The arrival of Adobe's Flash Player v10.1