Many organizations are now realizing the need to make their eLearning content available through Smartphones and tablets. For many years, Adobe Flash was used predominantly to develop graphics, games, and animations. Flash enabled the use of various interactivities that made learning enriching. It appeared that the reign of Flash would continue forever. But, all this changed with the advent of the mobile learning era. Despite powerful features, Flash-based courses do not run on iPads, Android tabs, and other latest mobile devices.
The solution to this problem lies in migrating legacy e-learning courses developed in Flash to the HTML5 format. The steps of converting your existing online courses to HTML5 are outlined in the infographic.
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