How to Convert Flash-Based Websites to HTML5 Right Now!

Hurix Digital

Over the years, Adobe Flash-ActionScript and HTML-JavaScript-CSS based development have been used as two of the main approaches for websites and other front-end web-based applications. Many devices do not support Flash websites. A Flash-based website affects your search rankings.

7 Reasons Why You Must Convert Flash Games to HTML5

Hurix Digital

Adobe Flash ruled the internet for a long time. However, owing to glaring security gaps, performance, and stability issues that Flash games presented on mobile devices, a need for change became more pressing. What is Flash? HTML5 – The Alternative to Adobe Flash.

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How to Convert Flash to HTML5 at Scale

Hurix Digital

Nearly everyone is familiar with Adobe Flash, for those who are not, it is a software with which apps, mobile games, desktop applications, and animations are produced. You can view Flash files like mobile and desktop apps by using the Adobe Flash Player or other third-party players. What is HTML5 and why is it used? Released in 2014, HTML5 is the 5 th and the latest version of Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML). Why should you convert Flash to HTML5?

Time to Migrate eLearning Courses from Flash to HTML5

Hurix Digital

In 2017, Adobe made a formal announcement stating that from 2020 the company would no longer support Flash. These Flash files could be viewed on browsers using a Flash player, and on the PC using some third-party applications. Following the announcement by Adobe, major browsers including Google and Microsoft followed suit and announced that they would disable the plug-in in their browsers by early next year, thus, bringing down the curtains on Flash.

How to Convert your Content from Flash to HTML5?

Hurix Digital

In 2017, Adobe had made a formal announcement stating that by 2020, the company would no longer support the flash player plug-in. Google and Microsoft too have announced their intention to disable the plug-in in their browsers by early next year, thus bringing the curtains down for Flash. What exactly is Flash? Flash is a multimedia software by Adobe, which is used to produce animations, desktop applications, and mobile games and applications. Openness.

Flash & The Future of Interactive Content for eLearning

Adobe Captivate

Adobe has long played a leadership role in advancing interactivity and creative content – from video, to games and more – on the web. But as open standards like HTML5, WebGL and WebAssembly have matured over the past several years, most now provide many of the capabilities and functionalities that plugins pioneered and have become a viable alternative for content on the web. – Are eLearning users adopting HTML5? Blog Adobe Captivate end-of-life Flash HTML5

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Multimedia Wars: Flash or HTML5

G-Cube

The current debate between Flash and HTML5 rests largely on multi-media features. If a media and interactivity rich training course is the need of the day then Flash is a comfortable choice today. HTML5 is being hailed as equally competent in developing rich-media, adopted by Google and Apple. The list is getting longer, as HTML5 is an open-source standard. HTML5 has to still take strides in creating a network of browser support.

Migrating from Flash to HTML5 – Part 1

ePath Learning

. The Adobe Flash Player is going away at the end of 2020. That means that your Flash-based courses will fail to play on web browsers, resulting in a frustrating learning experience. Why is Flash going away? Most web browsers are already phasing out support for Flash.

Flex to HTML5 Migration: A Quick Guide

Hurix Digital

In 2017, Adobe announced that it would end support for its Flash plug-ins by 2020. One of the obvious choices for this has been Flex to HTML5 migration. . This is primarily due to the more versatile and flexible nature of open standard techs like HTML5.

Adobe RoboHelp: Embed Captivate HTML5 Output

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Adobe Captivate 6 introduced HTML5 output, allowing eLearning content to be interactive on mobile devices such as the iPhone and iPad. By combining Captivate's and RoboHelp's HTML5 outputs, you can easily support interactivity for iPhones and iPad in your help system. Currently only RoboHelp's Multiscreen HTML5 output supports Captivate's HTML5 output. Other outputs, such as WebHelp, only support Captivate's Flash output.

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How to Refine Your Flash courses in HTML5 Conversions

42 Design Square

Flash to HTML5 conversion may be good opportunity to redesign your existing courses into more effective and efficient courseware. All these offer an opportunity to redesign your elearning into effective and efficient HTML5 elearning. The HTML5 requirement opens up your existing courseware to be available across multiple devices and modern browsers. When better to incorporate the feedback into learning design than during the Flash-to-HTML5 conversion?

How to Prepare for the End of the Flash

Magic EdTech

This is nowhere more visible than with the 2020 mandate to end flash support.For edtech companies and ed publishers, it’s a case of “objects in mirror are closer than they appear.”. These organizations have been developing Flash content for education since Macromedia offered Flash 1.0 In 2017, Adobe formally announced that it would no longer support the Flash player plug-in. Companies will not be able to use it in its Flash form and No! What exactly is Flash?

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Smokescreen – The Future Of Flash Player?

Upside Learning

Smokescreen project is an effort to bring Flash player to the iPhone/iPad without installing the Flash plug-in. It’s an open source project implemented in HTML5 and JavaScript. For now this project is targeted at advertisers to enable them to run Flash ads on the iPhone/iPad. Here is a video demonstration of a Flash ad running on an iPad using Smokescreen –. Related posts: Adobe AIR & Flash Player 10.1–

What I Would Like to Say About HTML5 and Flash

eLearning Cyclops

There has been plenty of buzz about HTML5 and it being a "Flash killer." I think HTML5 has great potential and will be a welcomed improvement to the web, but it is still in its infancy and does not show any signs of being able to compete with Flash anytime time soon. However, if you have looked at animation and interactivity in HTML5 it does not compete with Flash at all. link] Again, here is the link to Dreamweaver's HTML5 pack. flash

Flash to HTML5 – The Impact on Elearning and Online Courses – Part 1

Impelsys

Adobe has announced its decision to not to support, update, and distribute Flash Player from 2020. Flash being phased out by 2020, organizations across elearning industry are gearing up for the d-day when Flash published content will be blocked on all the browsers and HTML5 is going to be the new standard on the web. The reasons for this decision include: Incompatibility of Flash with mobile devices – does not allow resizing to fit a mobile.

Flash to HTML5 – The Impact on eLearning and Online Courses – Part 1

Impelsys

Adobe announced its decision not to support, update, and distribute Flash Player from 2020. Flash will be phased out by 2020, organizations across the elearning industry are gearing up for d-day when Flash published content will be blocked on all browsers and HTML5 will be the new standard on the web. The reasons for this decision include: Incompatibility of Flash with mobile devices – does not allow resizing to fit a mobile or tablet screen.

8 reasons for using HTML5 for authoring eLearning course

Adobe Captivate

ELearning courses have to be interactive replete with high quality animations and compelling graphics. Adobe Flash has been a productive tool for authoring these courses. But, it suffered from the drawback that OS platforms of latest handheld devices don’t extend support for Flash. HTML5 has superseded Flash as a viable option for authoring eLearning courses because it is supported by all smartphones and tablets. HTML5 is now considered the industry standard.

Should I Convert or Update My Flash Course?

eLearningMind

The verdict is in, and it looks like HTML5 has officially dethroned Flash as development language of choice. Unfortunately, if you developed your eLearning in Flash, that can leave much of your current courseware and eLearning modules out of date and incompatible with many of your learners’ devices. Before you perform a straight conversion from Flash to HTML5, a course overhaul might be a consideration. The post Should I Convert or Update My Flash Course?

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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. Over the years web browsers matured and so did Flash Player, which became the most widely used plug-in to play multimedia elements on a web page. Flash Player is not supported on mobile devices (iOS and Android). Adobe Ending Support for Flash Player by 2020.

A guide to HTML5 elearning authoring tools

Elucidat

You’ve probably heard: Flash is dead! In its wake, HTML5 authoring has become the industry standard for L&D teams looking to produce modern, interactive and multi-device elearning. With the range of HTML5 authoring tools available on the market, how do you decide which one is right for your team? First off, what exactly is HTML5 authoring? HTML5 is today’s standardised language for structuring and presenting content on the web.

Top 5 Reasons Why Your Enterprise Content Needs to Be on HTML5

Inkling

Within the last year, we’ve seen the biggest players moving towards HTML5 to provide rich, cross-platform web applications – Amazon, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and YouTube just to name a few. The snowball effect continuous as enterprise companies move away from Flash. Users do not need to download native applications such as Office, like they would to open a PowerPoint. They just open their browser! Interactive, multimedia ready.

A Wrapper for Raptivity Interactions

Raptivity

Raptivity for many years has done a fantastic job of providing a means of creating interesting, fun and educational interactions that anyone can create. The interactions are stand-alone pieces that can be embedded into web based training, mobile learning, an instructor led course or as a part of a web site. The drawback to those tools is often the interactivity – or lack thereof – that comes pre-packaged. Many Raptivity Interactions output to HTML5.

Having Problems with your eLearning Courses Using Adobe Flash?

OpenSesame

Adobe Flash, a browser plugin that delivers content such as videos and interactive elements, is being phased out by the industry and replaced by HTML5, a more modern way to view this same content without requiring the use of a plugin. As internet browsers are beginning to disable Flash, more and more elearning providers such as OpenSesame and many of our course publishers, are transitioning to HTML5 over time.

Tips to Convert E-learning to HTML5 Seamlessly with Articulate Storyline

CommLab India

When Apple announced it would not support Flash on its devices, many organizations thought they had Windows and Chrome to access their Flash-based e-learning courses on. So they are left with the only option of accessing Flash-based courses on the built-in browser in Windows, Internet Explorer (IE), which is used by a mere 6% of the world’s population. So avoid developing advanced interactivities. Learn How to convert Flash courses to HTML5.

Transitioning from Rollover Objects to HTML5

Adobe Captivate

The Issues: The evolution to HTML5 has created a need to convert projects to HTML5 compliant works. Rollover captions like mine are all Flash specific and in need updating to HTML5 compliance. Rollover objects did that with Flash, but now we have a need for HTML5 buttons (or maybe not). If you run the preview as HTML5 in a Web-Browser, then all is good. ” Slide 4 – What About Interactive Widgets like Accordion?:

How to Make a Printable Results Page in Adobe Flash

eLearning Brothers

I am still working in Flash. Flash is not dead! Earlier this month (February 8th) Adobe announced that Flash is getting a name change. Flash is now called Adobe Animate CC to better reflect its animation ability in an HTML5 world. But I still develop some courses in Flash (for various reasons). Earlier this week a client asked us to create a printable page for an interaction in Flash. The principles are the same for Flash.

Top 10 HTML5 eLearning Authoring Tools

DigitalChalk eLearning

As the eLearning industry continues to evolve, the educational system becomes dependent upon HTML5. Due to the fact that the curriculums are becoming more interactive than ever, nearly all students and teachers rely on their devices to when they want to access or present the studying materials. HTML5 is one of the main tools used by eLearning professionals, mainly because of its versatility and flexibility. The courses created in Composica are highly interactive.

Migrate To HTML5 – Responsive Or Mobile-Friendly eLearning To Create High Impact Learning Experiences

Adobe Captivate

Organizations worldwide are looking at migrating their legacy Flash course to HTML5 to support mobile learning. Till a few years ago, Flash was pretty much the default authoring tool to offer online courses. As a result, organizations across the world have a significant investment in legacy courses based on Flash. Today, Most browsers do not support Flash. Why An Investment On Migration Of Legacy Courses To HTML5 Is An Absolute Necessity?

Programming Is Back The Rise of HTML5 for E Learning

ATD Learning Technologies

“Just program it in HTML5.” ” “We are switching to HTML5.” ” “HTML5HTML5HTML5…” Sound familiar? What does this cry for HTML5 mean for e-learning developers? You simply opened PowerPoint, created a presentation, and clicked a button to have an interface wrap your PPT in a nice SCORM package. Instead, industry leaders are rallying behind the HTML5 banner.

HTML5—What’s the Urgency?

The Learning Circuits

I’m starting to get some questions along the lines of, “We’ve been hearing we need to switch to HTML5 delivery, and we’d like to be forward-thinking, but why and when should we do it?” In that case, there is urgency to consider something other than a Flash-based solution. If those don’t suit your needs for interactivity, you’ll probably want to check out some of the existing HTML5 authoring tools.

HTML5 – Let the Games Begin!

eLearning 24-7

HTML5 – Game Changer. Without boring you to death on the details of HTML5, what I will say is this will be a game changer in our industry for a number of reasons. and YouTube (beta) are already offering videos in HTML5 players. Improved interactivity over Flash. Open Source not Proprietary like Flash. Not buggy – Flash is buggy. Flash requires a plugin (especially for updates). Can I see HTML5 sites now? Even Flash.

HTML5 – Let the Games Begin!

eLearning 24-7

HTML5 – Game Changer. Without boring you to death on the details of HTML5, what I will say is this will be a game changer in our industry for a number of reasons. and YouTube (beta) are already offering videos in HTML5 players. Improved interactivity over Flash. Open Source not Proprietary like Flash. Not buggy – Flash is buggy. Flash requires a plugin (especially for updates). Can I see HTML5 sites now? Even Flash.

Ten tips to build interactivity

eFront

Interactivity is a key component in the learning process. While it’s relatively easy for a teacher in a classroom to interact with the learners and, by ‘reading’ the situation, involve them in the learning process in the most effective ways, it’s much harder for those producing online learning materials. Users must interact with online learning materials to navigate through the materials; amass information and make decisions.

LMS and Learning Portal Directory Plus HTML5 Course

eLearning 24-7

28 free open source vendors – on 2nd tab. Please download it and not just open up open in your window. If you do not save it after you open it, you will not see it again, because it will exist in your cache and unless you know where to find it, many people think it disappears. HTML5 Course. The course is built in 100% HTML5 and the player you will view it on, is a HTML5 player within a LMS. Click HTML5 course.

SCORM 101: The Definitive Guide to Choose a SCORM Compliant LMS

learnWorlds

Alternatively, SCORM authoring tools can export a course as an HTML5 folder to upload into your LMS. They can make your content more interactive and engaging for learners. Interactions of the learner (individual answers to exam questions etc.). What are HTML5 Multimedia Packages?

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How to Quickly Convert PowerPoint into HTML5 Online Courses Using iSpring

CommLab India

Open the PowerPoint you wish to convert to a HTML5 online course. Before you click publish, do not forget to select the Combined (HTML5 + Flash) or Mobile (HTML5) under the Output section. You can make changes to the PowerPoint presentation to make it interactive and engaging for the learners. You can add interactivities, assessments, and incorporate some kind of instructional design strategy , based on the content type.

SCORM and HTML5 File Manager [New Feature]

learnWorlds

SCORM and HTML5 packages are an essential part of professional trainers, instructional designers and experienced educators who want to offer high-quality e-learning courses. It is a standard for e-learning professionals and LMS to provide courses in SCORM or HTML5 compatible exports. To make your life easier, we have released a better way to manage SCORM and other multimedia files such as HTML5 on LearnWorlds. What is HTML5 Multimedia Packages? HTML5.

HTML5 rising on mobile's extreme popularity

Aptara

HTML5 rising on mobile's extreme popularity. The rise of HTML5. The use of HTML5 as a publishing language has been a part of the enterprise landscape for some time, but as video production company CEO Erika Trautman recently wrote for The Next Web, it appears as though its mainstream moment will come in 2014, due to its wide-ranging mobile compatibility. If HTML5 has faced a major challenge, it has been the entrenched nature of Adobe Flash.

HTML5 making inroads with Apple and Mozilla

Aptara

HTML5 making inroads with Apple and Mozilla. Adobe Flash lost its bid to become the main content distribution language when Apple pulled support, meaning developers have had to look further afield. Now, with many environmental factors falling into place, the time could be right for HTML5 to step up. Certainly, there has been enough activity to warrant HTML5 conversion for important pieces of content that producers want to ensure is visible across the device spectrum.

Amazon announcement shows HTML5's versatility

Aptara

Amazon announcement shows HTML5's versatility. Web apps developed with HTML5 are an answer to one of the key questions in mobile content development , namely which platforms to focus on. By creating materials with HTML5, companies can cross operating system boundaries easily, even reaching both PC and mobile users with the same app. Amazon supports HTML5 on Fire. More functions possible with HTML5.