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Adobe Finally Tells Developers To Stop Using Flash

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Adobe Finally Tells Developers To Stop Using Flash - by Emily Reynolds/ Adobe/ Wired.CO.UK/ wired.co.uk

"Once the primary means of making animation, browser games and interactive visualisations for the web, Adobe Flash has been ailing for a long time. And now -- after almost everyone else recognised the massive security and performance problems with the proprietary tech -- its makers Adobe have announced that it will be moving away from the platform.

Adobe said that it would now encourage developers to "build with new web standards", primarily HTML 5.

In an announcement last night, Adobe described Flash as having "helped push the web forward", but acknowledged the increasing prevalence of newer languages and open standards..."

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