Adobe Sticks A Fork In Flash For Android
Apple called it...
I'm not a professional web developer, but i've build 5 web sites in the past year - each of them without even an ounce of flash in them. They are all fully functional, with sliding graphics, video functionality and audio built in. They all play nicely with my iPhone/iPad, my friends Android devices, my friends blackberry devices (kinda slow on BB). HTML5 is an efficient tool and works well on mobile and on computers.
I think this is a win for the mobile community, and i'm excited to see what Adobe does with AIR for mobile. I'm a huge fan of Adobe, but Flash for Mobile was not my favorite.
I think all of the And...
If this had been done by Microsoft, people would be calling for another round of ...
While Flash may suck, we still need it now
So in the meanwhile, we will still need flash support in our mobile browsers if we plan on browsing many pages. So why not support it for now until better options are implemented instead of the cold turkey route ?
Some future Flash had!
Flash was simply terrible. It was late to ship, ran into numerous performance issues, and at *best* all it served as was a bridge for sites that hadn't converted to HTML5/MPEG-4. (I don't think *anyone* is going to argue that HTML5/MPEG-4 isn't superior in every way to mobile flash.)
Hard to believe this was what RIM *and* Google pinned as their competitive advantage over iOS as little a...
In the end, the mobile world is better because Apple (and later Microsoft) put their foot down and said it was *not* an acceptable solution to deliver mobile content.
You mean when Apple and Steve ...
Good I hope they go out of business.
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 n
That kinda sucks...
Flash isn't something I used a lot, but it was a nice tool to have available. I'll be making a backup, I'm not ready to let it go yet.
Unfortunately, most of the videos/video players on websites are Flash based. And having Flash was a great way to get around the "not for mobile" thing you'll get on Youtube (why wouldn't a video be for mobile, anyw