It has \u00a0been 5 years since the announcement of \u00a0HTML5, still we are watching\u00a0the war between the staunch flash developers \u00a0and HTML-5 \u00a0web-makers\u00a0who\u00a0continues\u00a0to fight with their SWF and CANVAS swords :).Of course as a developer I know 'its a matter of \u00a0survive ', but early adopters of HTML 5 \u00a0doing rapid application development than flash\u00a0which\u00a0leads\u00a0existing\u00a0flash developers to move into this new path. I personally think that both Flash and HTML5 have their own pros and cons.But as a web 2.0 is expanding like viral we have to adopt such changes for future simplicity. HTML 5's major advantages over flash : 1.\u00a0Write once deploy everywhere : HTML 5 is a powerful technology having web-centric architecture , which help you to run any html5 code in any html 5 compatible\u00a0device. No need to develop\u00a0separate\u00a0 software\/app for every\u00a0different\u00a0devices like mobiles, browsers etc. 2. Coding standerds & Performance : HTML 5 is easy to learn and code which help developer to write optimistic code in less time. Resource consumption of HTML 5 is much lesser than ordinary flash animations, which makes html5 mobile device\u00a0compatible. As HTML 5 consume less resources it help mobile device to save their batteries. Flash eat lots of battery of mobile device than html5. 3. Better for SEO : We know that HTML 5 include variety\u00a0of advance tags,\u00a0which\u00a0will help search engine robot\/bot to\u00a0easily\u00a0crawl the content and sort it according to tag properties.We can't do such things with flash :( That's why google algorithms stop considering flash for SERP. Though these 2 technologies are combating, you can use both, depending on your objectives. If you are looking to build once with average-to-good functionality that works in every eco-system, then HTML5 is a great option. For more advance\u00a0requirement go with flash. I'm sharing some list of online tools which help you to convert your Flash into HTML 5 format. Though these tools have limitation still it will help you for small scale conversion. Converting FLASH SWF into HTML5 tools: 1. Google Swiffy : Swiffy converts Flash SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a Flash player (such as iPhones and iPads). It has\u00a0limitation\u00a0of file\u00a0size,\u00a0you can convert only\u00a0up to\u00a01 MB swf into html5 2.\u00a0PixelPlant : This is another service\u00a0which\u00a0also include processing of action script along with swf. It support\u00a0up to\u00a02MB swf file size for conversion. It have rich UI\u00a0along\u00a0with drag and drop facility 3. Adobe Wallaby : Its a\u00a0complimentary extension available for Adobe Flash Pro. CS6 users , enables us to leverage the rich animation & \u00a0drawing capabilities of Flash Pro. CS6 while you make the transition to creating HTML5-based content. It take f.la file as an i\/p. Wallaby translates the following Content : \tVector graphics to SVG \tBitmaps to <img> elements and JPEG files \tText to <p> elements or SVG text \tFlash timeline to a group of CSS animations \tActionScript, Sound, Video and other assets are discarded. Wallaby is not a final product & is still in the testing & validation phase,we have to use it according to our needs. Look like HTML-5 will replace simple flash in upcoming days but its hard to beat the advance features of flash using html5. What do you think, which 1 will survive in upcoming web world ? \u00a0Your suggestions & answers about html5 vs flash are most welcome.