Do you know that organizations won’t be able to run their Flash courses after 2020? With Flash being phased out completely by 2020, it is high time organizations act on converting their Flash-based online courses to HTML5. Already many organizations are mid-way through their Flash to HTML5 conversions.
Unlike Flash, HTML5 functions on modern browsers and across different mobile devices. With HTML5, old courses can be recorded, republished, redesigned, or revamped with the latest authoring tools. But the question is – should you convert Flash to HTML5 in-house or outsource the project to an external vendor? There are pros and cons to each approach.
Here are the factors that can influence your decision to complete Flash to HTML5 conversion in-house or outsource the task:
- The volume of conversion
- The amount of rework that’s required
- The choice of authoring tool
Check this infographic to find out when you can opt for each option.