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Consequently, as e-learning concepts and programs gain popularity with each passing day, the demand for services to convert Flash animations to HTML5 has also reached new levels. To ask about this conversion on Google, a large number of suggestions and answers appear. It is always advisable to look for the solutions provided by a professional IT company that is engaged in the development of numerous animation programs including e-learning processes.

In fact, it has become all the more important as the theme and illustration or graphics need to reach the target audience across a variety of devices, platforms, and browsers. And considering the fact that HTML 5 is the key digital technology, maximum attention is needed regarding the conversion that becomes accessible from various media of smartphones and tablets, irrespective of the flash compatibility of the device.

In this sense, renowned companies have the relevant experience to offer these services with an element of added value to the content. When it comes to developing new content, these companies are mastering the art, as evidenced by the dozens of end users both at home and abroad. The hallmark of their services lies in the art of conceptualizing rich interactive content that could range from the K-12 segment (Kindergarten to XII standard) to university level courses and corporate training modules. It’s the artistry of the animator that infuses an element of life into all of these programs that are basically converted through CSS and JS languages.

Regarding corporate training programs, the client’s objectives are analyzed in detail to specifically identify the different topics. With a focus on improving productivity, the compilers of the training material write the content to be highly interactive and visually appealing. With the help of SCORM compliant software, this content is further developed and delivered in Flash and HTML5 formats. Both versions are tested and refined to be compatible with all popular platforms.

By the way, SCORM, an acronym for Sharable Content Object Reference Model, has been accepted worldwide as the ideal software for interoperable technical standards for e-learning products. Although it is an Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) defense-related program under the Pentagon, this software has found wide applications in the civilian realm like never before, particularly in e-learning. It also governs how online learning content and learning management systems (LMS) interrelate and interact with each other, purely in technical language.

Regarded as a pioneer in e-learning technology, a reputed company has recently published a report on the global e-learning market scenario and projected encouraging figures for the period 2016-2017. It was based on an in-depth study that revealed that the global self-directed e-learning market, which stood at $35.6 billion in 2014, has witnessed a fast-paced compound growth rate of 7.6% to reach more than $51.5 billion in 2016.

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