Choosing an eLearning authoring tool can be tough. Not only are there a ton of options on the market, but they all have different feature sets, workflows, strengths, and weaknesses. With the rise of cloud-based HTML5 authoring software, there are more options out there than ever before, so it can be confusing to decide which HTML5 authoring tool is the best fit.
Do you need to immediately get an existing PowerPoint course online? Maybe you have a complex multi-course program to deliver with multiple instructional designers and developers? Perhaps you want a slick and modern ‘app’ style look for your course?
In this article, we take a side-by-side look at five heavyweight eLearning authoring tools and see how they compare.