Converting Flash to HTML5: Creating beautiful content on any device

This is part 1 of a two-part blog series on converting Flash to HTML5. This part looks at why Flash content is no longer the default elearning standard, while part 2 covers ways to convert outdated Flash courses to HTML5.

As an authoring software tool which makes animations simple to create and deliver online, Flash was an almost unrivalled piece of technology during the first two decades of the Internet.

Its continuing use is testament to the many challenges Flash has withstood over the years, but recent statistics have suggested that only a tiny minority of all websites now use it.

Apple co-founder Steve Jobs articulated many of the issues surrounding Flash when he publicly explained, in 2010, why iPhones, iPods and iPads do not support the software. Technical drawbacks, user experience and flexibility for app developers are among the concerns for Apple and many other companies.

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