Any best practices for 'Try It' simulations in HTML5?
I have just completed a Try-It piece for systems training using SL2. I had to deploy in HTML5, as this is now the required format in our development workflow. The final product is working--all hotspots, text-entry fields, buttons, etc. work as designed--but it feels clunky and the loading animation appears every slide transition. I never had this issue when we still deployed in Flash.
I understand that the View/Try/Test paradigm for systems training came out when Flash was the de facto format of software simulation courses. But now that everyone's moving to HTML5, are there any best practices out there that can improve the feel of highly interactive courses and minimize the impact on learner experience?