For years, Adobe Flash was used extensively to develop eLearning courses. Many eLearning courses were developed using this tool.
However, with the growing “mobile” workforce and the increasing employee preference towards mobile learning, organizations started to bother about their huge legacy online training materials which were developed using Flash which are not compatible with mobile devices.
Now, how do they make these legacy courses compatible with mobile devices?
The answer – migrating them to HTML5.
HTML5, the latest format which is readable by all the latest browsers, mobile devices and iPads is transforming the eLearning course development landscape. This format became important as the courses need to run on multiple devices.
Here is an info-graphic which lists 9 easy steps to convert your legacy courses into HTML5.
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