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Convert Flash to HTML5 with Swiffy


Swiffy is a free Flash to HTML5 converter launched by Google. It is an online SWF to HTML5 converter in which you can upload the SWF file that you want to convert, and Swiffy will produce a corresponding HTML5 version of it. This is a very helpful tool for web designers who want to create HTML5 version of their Flash animations. Using Swiffy, they can do that without any extra effort.

The best part of Swiffy is that it is completely free, and online. So, you don’t have to download or install anything on your computer to use Swiffy. Just head over to Swiffy, and upload the file that you want to convert. And Swiffy will provide you the corresponding HTML5 version of it that you can download.


There are some nice examples available on Swiffy’s website that show conversions done with Swiffy. Quite impressive, I must say.

So, if you want to try to convert some Flash animation to HTML5, give Swiffy a try. You’ll love it.

Note: Swiffy is currently included in Google Labs, but since Google Labs is closing down, Swiffy will probably get its own domain. At that time, links included in this article might not work anymore.

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Convert Flash to HTML5 with Swiffy
Wed, 27 Jul 2011 12:00:46 GMT

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