‘Flash’ – Dead & Resurrected

“Change is the only thing that’s constant”.

This holds true for everything including technology (software & hardware both). One such change that majorly impacted the eLearning industry was the increase in number of mobile devices and the incompatibility of Flash-based courses with those. With more and more employees & employers opting the ease of accessing their work, handling communication and even enjoying recreational activities on their handheld devices, which was soon followed by most organizations openly embracing the BYOD policy, availability of eLearning on mobiles or rather mLearning became a must.

Slowly and gradually Flash started losing its popularity. HTML5 came in as the superhero to save the show. In the past few years, the expiry of Flash has been a topic of major discussion in the eLearning circle. Many industry experts have sighted their opinions on the same too.

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