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Adobe Sticks A Fork In Flash For Android

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Ooooookay....

MarryTheNight

Jun 29, 2012, 11:39 AM
Adobe is moving forward. Cool. So did the developers of the 100,000+ web sites that still run flash get the memo? This wouldnt be a big deal if only the majority of websites out there ran on HTML5, but that is not the case. Far from. There needs to be stronger push for HTML5
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iamajim

Jun 29, 2012, 12:23 PM
Sooo....what about Chrome browser? Flash never did play nice with Chrome?? Is there a fix??
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maxrebo

Jun 29, 2012, 8:05 PM
Chrome for Android was advertised as not supporting flash at all from the get-go. It never "played nice" because it never played. Smile
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muchdrama

Jun 29, 2012, 11:40 PM
MarryTheNight said:
Adobe is moving forward. Cool. So did the developers of the 100,000+ web sites that still run flash get the memo? This wouldnt be a big deal if only the majority of websites out there ran on HTML5, but that is not the case. Far from. There needs to be stronger push for HTML5


You'll still get your desktop fix of Flash. As for mobile--do you see Apple iPad/iPhone hurting one bit from a lack of Flash?
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