Today we're reviewing IN5, put out by a software company whose name we will not mention. It is supposedly another magical app that converts InDesign files in HTML5, so all you have to do is design the darn thing in InDesign and voila! you have a website.
Is there a quick way to convert a Flash site to HTML5? That's the question we're being asked more often as hardware manufacturers drop their support for Flash and Adobe's once major software starts getting marginalized.
The just of Max's responses was that HTML5 is gaining ground due to the explosive growth in the market share of tablets and other mobile devices, which do not use Flash, and HTML5 with its features is well suited to replace Flash.