How to convert from Flash to HTML5 successfully

With Flash being phased out, now is an ideal time to convert from Flash to HTML5, but the process of moving your learning content can seem daunting. Despite the desire of L&D teams to modernise their training programmes, converting dated legacy content into a sleek modern programme is a challenge for learning professionals.

Among a wide range of benefits, converting your elearning content is a great opportunity to modernise the user experience for your employees, creating much more effective learning at all levels.

Many learners are now using mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones for their elearning needs, but the problem with Flash-based courses is that mobile device browsers don’t support the outdated Flash technology.

With many desktop browsers phasing Flash out and Adobe announcing that Flash will be dropped completely by 2020, training departments need to move quickly to convert Flash courses to HTM5. For more on this, read part 1 of this blog series on converting Flash to HTML5.

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