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Why should learning content designers use H5P?
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H5P is written in HTML5 and is a good alternative to Flash-based and SCORM-bases content which makes the process of both creating and maintaining rich, interactive content much quicker and easier. This is especially important as support for Flash is coming to end and web content which relies on this technology will no longer work.
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