Benefits of Using HTML5 for M-learning [Infographic]

| July 7, 2018

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Why is HTML5 the ideal technology to develop m-learning courses? Modern learners prefer to access online training programs on their mobile devices and that’s why HTML5 is rising in popularity. What are the benefits offered by HTML5, that make it a necessity for m-learning course development? This infographic provides the answers.

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