Flash To HTML5: How To Convert Your eLearning Content And Its Benefits

It’s been two decades since Adobe Flash has ruled the way that we had played games, watched videos and used applications on the web.

Adobe announced in 2017 that by the end of 2020, they will no longer support the flash player plug-in.

Google along with Apple, Facebook, Youtube, etc. has announced that the company is banning Flash banner support from its Adwords Advertising platform.

Today, we will learn how you can switch your eLearning course content from Flash to HTML5 and later we will discuss the benefits of it.

Steps To Convert Content From Flash To HTML5  1. Organize All Your Content 

Make a collection of all the eLearning courses and contents like- audios, videos, animations, and other files so that everything is on the list. This will help you in realizing the general idea about the work that lies ahead. Make sure that nothing is left behind.

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