Can HTML5 output be delivered without any use of Flash?
Jul 07, 2014
I am working on an e-learning project that is to be delivered on the LMS platform, EdX (https://www.edx.org/org-faq). According to the lead programmers working on my project, EdX's platform does not allow any Flash content to be uploaded onto their platform at all (apparently it is more secure this way). Although Storyline delivers content in HTML5, we conducted a few tests to remove any Flash (.swf) files from the content folders, then attempted to play the course from the HTML5 link, and the result was that the courses played correctly except that there was no audio, despite the fact that there were .mp3 files still present in the folder. As a result of this, we have come to the conclusion that the HTML5 content is still drawing on the .swf files to some degree in order to deliver HTML5 content.
Is there any way of removing all Flash content from the Storyline output so that the HTML5 content plays correctly without utilizing any Flash files whatsoever?
Thank you in advance for any assistance!