Most smartphones, tablets, PCs, and browsers will cease to support Flash by the end of 2020. HTML5 is the new, versatile successor of Flash, into which organizations have already started converting their eLearning courses/assets.
One of the biggest advantages of HTML5 over Flash is that the former doesn’t require any additional plug-ins to function efficiently. Also, HTML5 facilitates data storage that can be accessed offline. There are many other reasons HTML5 is superior to Flash.
This infographic talks about why Flash will be dead by the end of 2020, and what organizations using Flash-based eLearning need to do about it. It also explains how HTML5 is a better web standard for publishing eLearning content as compared to Flash.
The infographic then highlights the benefits of publishing eLearning content to HTML5, for learners as well as organizations. To learn about these, take a look at this infographic and learn why HTML5 is a worthy replacement for Flash.