Tips to Migrate Flash Content to HTML5
Elearning has become popular and preferred by most organizations and allows learners the flexibility to learn anytime and anywhere. As we all know, Adobe Flash was a leading tool for creating eLearning content and was used to create interactive and engaging Elearning courses. But Adobe Flash was not compatible and could not support learning on modern mobile devices. So, in recent times HTML5 is used as an advanced technology for developing Elearning courses which allow leveraged mobility and ease of access.