Many organisations use flash and its plug-ins in e-learning course materials as its standard video compatible format, known as Shockwave Flash or Small Web Format (SWF), supports videos on the E-learning solutions and the Internet. Thus, it helps to explain the concepts in the form of a mediocre type of animation. But Adobe officially announced that Flash and its plug-ins would lose support after 2020. So would it be a good idea to use it after 2020 and risk your business? Some organisations may have a budget constraint and hence may continue with flash. This implies that you may have to make do with Flash-based e-learning courses or Flash animations that may work but not without giving some issues. Importantly you may be running Flash-based e-learning courses at a time when the world has switched over to an advanced form of Flash version called HTML5, which is much superior in performance compared to Flash.
How HTML5 is superior to Flash?
Remarkable features and benefits that put HTML5 in its league
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