The Demise of the Flash Player – What Do I Do Now?

Adobe Captivate

On July 25, 2017, Adobe made the following announcement : Adobe is planning to end-of-life Flash. Specifically, we will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020 and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to these new open formats.

Flash To HTML5 – Essential Toolkit For Successful Migration

EI Design

Adoption of mLearning or mobile learning triggers the need to plan for migration of your legacy Flash courses to HTML5 so that they can run seamlessly on tablets and smartphones. In this article, I am sharing a toolkit you can use to successfully migrate from Flash to HTML5.

Publishing a responsive project to Moodle (Html only)

Adobe Captivate

The blog [link] concludes that somehow the other index files (multiscreen.html etc.) inherit the code to use flash as well. Secondly, when I upload the zip to our Moodle and use the build-in “learning package” option it only chooses the flash files.


CP2019’s Tiny Gems

Adobe Captivate

I suppose all developers are aware that the final death of Flash Player, SWF output will be there sooner than expected. Adobe Captivate Blog Project Upgrade blog css HTML5 play button preview project upgrade Skin EditorReview?

15 Authoring Tools For mEnabling Your eLearning For iPads

Upside Learning

A multimedia authoring tool that goes beyond Flash and builds applications based on HTML5, Javascript, jQuery and CSS3 and works well on iOS and Android devices, and the latest HTML5-compatible browsers. Flash CS6 Toolkit for CreateJS. Swiffy converts SWF files to HTML5.

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Estimating Time for Rebuilding an Existing Course Library with Captivate

Adobe Captivate

This process may assist you in the next year or two as we prepare for potential course re-development opportunities due to the slow but eventual demise of the Flash player. Publish them in HTML5 rather than swf output. Blog development time hours redesign time

First Reflections on Version

Adobe Captivate

Watch out for use cases in future blog posts. It will push me to edit this blog , where I complained about the cumbersome workflow to replace one font in a theme. I will talk about that new feature in another blog post, which will include recommendations. Intro.

Creating Captivate Courses from Multiple Merged Microlearning Modules

eLearning Brothers

In this blog, we’re going to address how to take the small modules of microlearning you’ve created and combine them into one amazing over-arching course using the tools provided in Captivate. I’ll list them here, but I’m primarily going to focus on the last one for the purpose of this blog.

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Importance of Captivate’s Events?

Adobe Captivate

Over 6 years ago I published a blog post explaining the importance of Events in the application. In that older blog post I mentioned the Rollover slidelet which had two events: on Rollover, and on Click. Since that object is no longer supported for HTML5 output, I took it out of the table. InfoSemantics developed a HTML5 widget that is one of my favourites: the CpExtra Widget. Advanced Actions Blog Interactions actions blog eventlistener question Shared Actions

Adaptive and Responsive Design for eLearning: Part 2


All that designers had to do was to provide a nice looking screen layout and graphics, add a few animations and activities and publish the course, which really meant exporting the lot to Flash. The post Adaptive and Responsive Design for eLearning: Part 2 appeared first on eFront Blog.

Interactivity in Software Tutorials?

Adobe Captivate

Maybe a blog, explaining why I am wondering about the use of Captivate for the creation of software tutorials, explaining the three possible workflows with growing level of interactivity can lead to some feedback anyway. Those are SWF-based but will be converted to MP4 when publishing to HTML5. Standalone version (exe): not sure what the future will be when Flash Player has died. Intro.

Enhance Lectora e-Learning Courses with Embedded Objects


Easy Flash Content Creation. Flash Creation for Everyone. -->. Flash Creation for Everyone. -->. Blog. Mike and Damian went through the steps needed to set up communication between Lectora and Flash SWF files using JavaScript to: Maintain a button state.

Two weeks with Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

If you did visit my blog in the past, you know that I prefer to wait a while before posting my first impressions. If Flash player is enabled in your browser, you can test this movie (SWF) online in my personal blog. Intro.

5 Advantages of using Adobe Captivate 9

CommLab India

HTML5, SWF (Flash), iOS and Android devices, also the leading Tin Can-(xAPI), SCORM- and AICC-compliant LMSs are the formats supported by Captivate. To know more about making the most of this feature, check out this informative blog.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 7: Engage 360

CommLab India

In the first four blogs, we saw the features of Storyline 360 that facilitate the easy authoring of web-based courses. In the fifth and sixth blogs, we looked at the features of Presenter 360 and Quizmaker 360 , components of Studio 360. Welcome to the seventh post of the series.

What’s Hot with Articulate 360? – Part 5: Presenter

CommLab India

In my earlier blogs, we looked at the easy authoring features of Storyline 360 and its ability to create good animations and facilitate effective learning interactions. Add SWF files, Captivate movies, and Camtasia screencasts to your course.

Reflections on Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

If you did visit my blog in the past, you know that I prefer to wait a while before posting my first impressions. If Flash player is enabled in your browser, you can test this movie (SWF) online in my personal blog. Intro.

Two weeks with Captivate 2017

Adobe Captivate

If you did visit my blog in the past, you know that I prefer to wait a while before posting my first impressions. If Flash player is enabled in your browser, you can test this movie (SWF) online in my personal blog. Intro.

Step-by-Step Guide for Creating Software Simulations Using Adobe Captivate

CommLab India

This blog is a step-by-step guide for developing software simulations using Adobe Captivate. You can publish your software simulation to a swf. Flash) format, or HTML5 format, or both.

Three Learning Interactions from One JavaScript Function

Adobe Captivate

A number of contributors have created videos and blog posts on Learning Interactions, and I’ve listed them in the reference section, should you want to view them yourself. swf) while Learning Interactions refer to those compatible with both Flash and HTML5.

Coming Soon: ZebraZapps

E-learning Uncovered

In fact, in terms of power, its capabilities are more in a league with Flash than with the majority of most rapid development tools. The big advantage that Zebra has over Flash, though, is in its ease of use. As of this writing, Zebra only outputs to SWF. In coming weeks, we’ll share some instructional examples and talk more about the features that enable this interactivity, so be sure to subscribe to the E-Learning Uncovered blog if you haven’t already!

2010: mLearning Year in Review

mLearning Trends

As we reach the first anniversary of this blog’s introduction, we thought we’d take stock and figure out how things are going by revisiting our list of predictions for enterprise mobile learning in 2010. lack of Flash support). The arrival of Adobe's Flash Player v10.1 A.K.A.

M-Learning: Landscape Changer: E-Reader

eLearning 24-7

Umm, lets see: Swf (yes, Flash and not Flash lite either) – An e-reader already boosts this as a new feature into the marketplace. Ipad is going to use HTML5 instead of.swf, assuming they can get it to work in the near future, but its Flash sans Adobe. There are so many out there, too many to say in one blog column, but here is just a quick few tied to a LMS. I know that there are quite a few out there right now going HUH??

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