Most of you are probably aware of the need for the Flash to HTML5 conversion of your eLearning courses. For those who aren’t, the deadline to convert your courses into HTML5 is Dec 2020.
On Dec 31st, 2020, Adobe will officially stop supporting the Flash player. How will this impact your eLearning courses? Courses that have been published in Flash or the ones that contain Flash components will no longer play on browsers.
Flash was at the top of its game in eLearning development even until a decade ago. But along came HTML5-based authoring tools that made eLearning development faster and simpler, while offering the features required to develop interactive online training. Also, the fact that Flash-based courses did not play on mobile devices made it difficult to enable multi-device learning preferred by modern learners.
We are sure you have many questions centered around Flash to HTML5 conversion, and we have answered many of those questions in our previous blogs on this topic. In this infographic, we have answered a few uncommon questions on migrating eLearning from Flash to HTML5.
Hope these answers have been helpful. If you have more questions and would like them answered, do post them in the Comments section of this blog post. Learn more about Flash to HTML5 conversion in our webinar on this topic. Hurry up and reserve your spot NOW!