Time to Migrate eLearning Courses from Flash to HTML5

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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. Most designers therefore began to shift to alternate languages such as HTML, CSS and Javascript, which are more suited to the mobile environment. With HTML5 you can design a website which is semantically accurate.

How to Reduce Flash-to-HTML5 Conversion Costs

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How much do you have to spend to convert your flash-based courses converted to HTML5? The answer depends on your existing courseware and what you expect your HTML5 courseware to do. 1) REUSING THE INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN: If you don’t see any improvement or new requirement other than HTML5, your instructional design costs will almost be NIL. Note that the SWF published files won’t be of much reuse when repurposing. Flash to HTML5 Elearning: Costs vs. Benefits.

Rapid Authoring Tips to Tackle Legacy Flash eLearning Content

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That’s why many of us in the world of eLearning are turning to HTML5. HTML5 content has a number of advantages, and it was already overtaking Flash as the standard for eLearning content before Adobe’s decision to retire Flash. HTML5 content: is easily customized.