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Adobe Captivate 2019: New Update Removes Flash Output

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Beyond some tweaks to the overall look and feel of the interface, this update finally removes references to SWF output in the Publish dialog box ( File > Publish ). Also, the Preview options no longer include SWF in Web Browser. Project > HTML5 Tracker.) I'd love to read your thoughts on that in the Comments area.

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Taking Legacy Flash eLearning to HTML5

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

Adobe threatened to sunset Flash for years but each year, the death sentence was commuted. Just when we thought that Flash would go on, along came December 2020. Adobe  Adobe followed through and ended support for Flash on December 31, 2020. " Steps to Conversion Success.

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Case Study – Flash to HTML5 Conversion: Converting Flash-based CBT Modules to HTML5 Courses

Brilliant Teams

Client Requirement Converting legacy Flash CBT (SWF) to HTML5 Client Requirement 26 eLearning Flash-based CBT modules What is Flash-based CBT courses? In the past, many organizations developed computer-based training (CBT) courses using Adobe Flash technology.

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Flash to HTML5 – Swiffy From Google

Upside Learning

This has come just in time for mLearning implementers; there is a new tool out in Google Labs called Swiffy that let’s one convert flash animation (swf files) to a device independent HTML5. Simply put, this will allow existing libraries of flash animation content to be ported to devices that run iOS – iPhones, iPads, and iPods.

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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. So, what went wrong with Flash? What to do with content that is already published in Flash?

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The Open Screen Project – Will It Succeed?

Upside Learning

The Open Screen Project was started to help create a singular experience on multiple devices (using Flash) be it Computers, Mobiles, TV or Game consoles. Obviously, using Flash platform tools offered by Adobe. The most important one is Adobe removing restrictions on SWF and FLV/F4V specifications. Is there competition for Flash?

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Learning Content in Crisis? The How and Why of Moving from Flash to HTML5

gomo learning

The Adobe Flash format, once the primary standard for learning content, will no longer be supported after December 31st 2020. You may still have useful Flash learning content in your curriculum or in your archives. So why is Flash going away, what is going to happen to it, and what should you do with it? 264 video decoding.