Best Practices to Migrate Legacy Flash Courses to HTML5 the Right Way

Adobe Captivate

Besides new online training development, you certainly need to evaluate to migrate some or all of you legacy Flash courses to a format that is compatible with Tablets and Smartphones. Over the years, all of us would have created courses that predominantly used Flash for development.

Why Moving Your Online Training Courses From Flash To HTML5 Makes Business Sense

Adobe Captivate

While mobile learning or mLearning is being widely adopted, the challenge of how to handle the migration from Flash to HTML5 still persists. Moving Your Online Training Courses From Flash To HTML5. Increasingly, browsers are blocking Flash content.

Migration From Flash To HTML5 – Warning: You May Be Losing Money

Adobe Captivate

If you are reading this, you have decided to adopt mLearning or mobile learning and are evaluating an efficient way to migrate your legacy Flash content to HTML5. However, there are several issues that you must be aware of as you move forward with migration from Flash to HTML5. How To Make A Successful Migration From Flash To HTML5. I quote these two from my earlier article 8 Tips To Convert Flash To HTML5 That Will Help Your Business.

Flash is Dead: Long Live HTML5 for eLearning

LearnUpon

Adobe Flash technology has helped support the delivery of online multimedia content for nearly two decades. Three popular eLearning formats are also largely dependent on Flash technology for their delivery medium: SCORM, Tin Can (xAPI), and video. The troubled history of Flash.

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.

Adobe Flash and the Danger of Zero Day Exploits

CDSM

Our Head of Technology, Nik Goile, gives us some background on last month’s Adobe Flash exploits , and explains how CDSM was prepared to deal with them… You probably heard about the Adobe Flash Player vulnerabilities that came to light in July.

Is Adobe Flash Going Away?

eLearningMind

In Short… Adobe Flash Will Be Discontinued, Is Going Away, & Adobe Flash Will Be Dead. Google has already begun taking steps to remove Flash from their browser while the rest of the web settles in for the long goodbye. So, What Will Replace Flash?

Best Practices to Migrate Legacy Flash Courses to HTML5 the Right Way

Learning Wire

Besides new online training development, you certainly need to evaluate to migrate some or all of you legacy Flash courses to a format that is compatible with Tablets and Smartphones. Over the years, all of us would have created courses that predominantly used Flash for development.

Best Practices to Migrate Legacy Flash Courses to HTML5 the Right Way

EI Design

Besides new online training development, you certainly need to evaluate to migrate some or all of you legacy Flash courses to a format that is compatible with Tablets and Smartphones. Over the years, all of us would have created courses that predominantly used Flash for development.

Is Adobe Flash Going Away?

eLearningMind

In Short… Adobe Flash Will Be Discontinued, Is Going Away, & Adobe Flash Will Be Dead. Google has already begun taking steps to remove Flash from their browser while the rest of the web settles in for the long goodbye. So, What Will Replace Flash?

Migration From Flash To HTML5 – Warning: You May Be Losing Money

EI Design

If you are reading this, you have decided to adopt mLearning or mobile learning and are evaluating an efficient way to migrate your legacy Flash content to HTML5. However, there are several issues that you must be aware of as you move forward with migration from Flash to HTML5. How To Make A Successful Migration From Flash To HTML5. I quote these two from my earlier article 8 Tips To Convert Flash To HTML5 That Will Help Your Business.

ELearning moves beyond the Flash era

Aptara

ELearning moves beyond the Flash era. However, these IT products are themselves changing and growing more effective. The transition to HTML5. While it was once the backbone of the Internet, Flash technology is now in decline.

Flash currently optional, soon to be obsolete

Aptara

Flash currently optional, soon to be obsolete. One of the hallmarks of an overall push toward HTML5 has been the decline in the use of Flash to play online media. Individuals won't miss the Flash plugin the way they prize the sound of vinyl records.

HTML5 presents platform-spanning development option

Aptara

HTML5 presents platform-spanning development option. While HTML5 gained its cultural cachet as a mobile content standard, the highly touted substitute for Flash on Apple devices, its strength comes from the fact that it works across platforms, desktop, smartphone and tablet inclusive.

Three Smart Steps for Success in 2018

Artisan E-Learning

More than just a trend, it’s an effective way to teach granular topics in short amounts of time. Micro-learning can come in a variety of formats too, whether that’s a video, an interactive infographic, or even something like our gamified micro-course on email and internet security.

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Flash: an End of an Era – What You Need To Know

Aptara

Flash: an End of an Era – What You Need To Know. In 1996 Macromedia first introduced the Flash Player, developed to play videos, animations, and audio and to support enhanced interactivity in web browsers. Flash Player is not supported on mobile devices (iOS and Android).

Top 11 Disruptive E-Learning Technologies For 2013

Learnnovators

They help us make learning more engaging and effective and ultimately help learners succeed. HTML5. HTML5 is a new version of the Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) from the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) and the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

How to Make Workplace Safety Training Modules Future Ready

Kitaboo

Future proofing means creating a software or product in such a way that future technological advances do not render it useless or less effective. Cloud is the most reliable and secure backup you can have. Must read: 7 Most Effective Ways to Deliver Training Content on Mobile.

Eric Schuermann – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

We are able to more truly capture the learning experience, which gives e-Learning developers and L&D experts the feedback they need to know what works and what doesn’t, and to continue to upgrade and enhance online training content to be as effective as possible. From HTML5 to Tin Can/Experience API, there’s certainly some change and growth happening right now on the tech side of e-Learning.

6 Steps To A Better Mobile Learning Strategy

Upside Learning

When implementing mobile learning in workplace, following 6 steps will help create an effective mlearning strategy. Flash vs. HTML5 : This is actually not a point of debate anymore. HTML5 is the future of mobile web, even if it’s not ready to the extent we believe it to be.

Designing eLearning for iPads – Webinar Recording and Q&A

Upside Learning

Q 3.Can you give advice on training people to use tablets effectively in the workplace? But we differentiate primarily because of the OS and Flash compatibility. How can we ensure data security? A: Heavy graphics don’t pose too much of a problem in HTML5.

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7 Essentials of a Successful Mobile Learning Strategy

Obsidian Learning

Verify that your organization is HTML5- and mobile-ready?For Critical, basic questions to ask before you dive in: Can your LMS host and distribute HTML5 courses and content? Is your company’s standard browser HTML5 compatible? Photo by Stephen Petrey on Unsplash.

How to Distribute eBooks on Online Platforms

Kitaboo

Adobe plans to end support for Flash by the end of 2020. While PDF format is a cost-effective solution and compatible with almost all reading platforms, it fails to live up to the expectations of the digital generation, mainly because content remains static.

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Adaptive and Responsive Design for eLearning: Part 2

eFront

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.

Part III : Where Are You with Your Blended Learning Strategy?

CraneMorley

The classroom experience was thought to be the only effective environment for skills training. Adobe Flash started as an internet player that eliminated browser incompatibilities and provided simple animation. Part 3 of Part 4.

Designing Intelligent eLearning

Origin Learning

In this blog post, we list down the best practices that we have adopted in creating effective and engaging eLearning solutions. The other elements, be it mobile learning, dashboards with learner analytics, and secure hosting on the cloud have continued to grow.

Part III : Where Are You with Your Blended Learning Strategy?

CraneMorley

The classroom experience was thought to be the only effective environment for skills training. Adobe Flash started as an internet player that eliminated browser incompatibilities and provided simple animation. Part 3 of Part 4.

Instructional Design: The Process – Part 2

Origin Learning

What is the training effectiveness measure? Security and Helpdesk – Are the resources planned for maintaining IT security and helpline? It is important to follow a process of learning development for creating effective learning.

How to Use Scenario Based Learning for Corporate Training and Gain a Better ROI

EI Design

Over this period, we have seen changes in many facets including technology (Flash to HTML5), delivery formats (traditional eLearning to mobile learning), and learner demographics (increasing percentage of millennials).

5 eLearning trends to wave goodbye to today!

TalentLMS

Similarly, instruction and eLearning course design ideas come, stay and move out to make way for new, more effective ones. Bye bye Flash! All three have united to phase out Flash-based eLearning programs. The decline of Flash designs has been observed for quite a while now.

5 Ways to Share Your PowerPoint Presentation Online

DigitalChalk eLearning

Is there a more effective way to share a presentation? This method has the greatest security risk – if the wrong people get access to the file, they can copy, modify, and distribute it overnight. Advantages: Your file can’t be copied or stolen, so you can share it with the world without losing security. A word of caution: depending on the service, you may lose animations and effects. Convert your file to HTML5 or Flash.

9 Must-Read Articles About BYOD in eLearning

TalentLMS

If you want your BYOD learning to be effective, you have to design for the mobile device. Why Move eLearning from Flash to HTML5? When we’re in the topic of design, here is an article showing some reasons why eLearning should be moved from Flash to HTML5.

7 reasons why the new Articulate Storyline is a Game-Changer for eLearning

mLearning Revolution

One of the challenging things about building eLearning is getting all the right images in place in order to build life-like scenarios, we often have to resort to various sites in order to secure the right images for the project at hand and frankly this can be costly and time consuming. One of the secrets to making eLearning effective is to include just the right amount of interactions in order to keep the learner engaged, and Storyline makes build interactions, even complex ones a breeze.

Mlearning Strategy: How to Shape Yours for Employee Training

Designing Digitally

Description: There are numerous options available like native apps, mobile apps, Flash, authoring tools, html5 and so on. An effective design will keep the mobile workforce in mind. Title: Security is a huge concern for all organizations.

How to Use Scenario Based Learning for Corporate Training and Gain a Better ROI

Adobe Captivate

Over this period, we have seen changes in many facets including technology (Flash to HTML5), delivery formats (traditional eLearning to mobile learning), and learner demographics (increasing percentage of millennials).

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