Even though HTML5 cannot replace Flash completely, as of now, most organizations are converting eLearning courses into the HTML5 format, as they work well on most of the web browsers and mobile browsers.
Many eLearning authoring tools in the last 3 years have updated themselves to HTML5 output. Some developers of authoring tools have gone a step further and added responsive eLearning development capabilities to their tools. Download this free presentation to know how to convert your legacy eLearning courses into the HTML5 format in a cost effective manner. You will find answers to the questions listed below.
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