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“Flash to HTML5 Conversion – Getting Ready for iPad Deployment?” with Dave Goodman – Thursday, July 18, 6-8 PM, LaSalle Plymouth Meeting Campus July 1, 2013

Posted by karlgrieb in Misc.
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Program Description:
Every company has a large investment in Flash learning but may now face the endeavor of converting those courses for use on the iPad or other mobile devices, along with the PC and across multiple browsers. What should you do and what are the best ways of achieving this. This session will highlight three possible approaches, some of the critical decisions to be made and one of the processes to be implemented. This is not a product or service specific session but a sharing of best practices.

 
About the Speaker:
Dave is President one of the original founders at SoftAssist, Inc. and possesses over 20 years of experience in  the design, development and management of over 500 projects. SoftAssist has won over 11 nationally recognized and juried awards for excellence in learning. Dave is a past presenter at ASTD and at eGuild Orlando, 2013,  mLearn, 2010,  Training 2012 at Atlanta, ASTD Metro DC, SALT and with the Masie Center.
To register, click here: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e7qxrm0a71968e99

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1. André Panné (@BizDevAngel) - July 2, 2013

Not only in educational context, also in technical documentations, in advertising, in web-site development, we see a lot of Flash content, or better to say Flash digitial assets.

With companies like pixelplant entering the market, Flash–>HTML5 conversion gets easy. Drag and drop your Flash file and download the HTML5 results and thereby transfer your digital assets into the future.

http://www.pixelplant.com

2. Karl Grieb - July 16, 2013

This is great information, Andre – thanks for sharing!


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