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Goodbye, Flash!

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No Flash Forwarding to HTML5 - by Michael Muchmore/PCMag.com

Considering that Flash is installed on 98 percent of Web-browsing computers, and that 85 percent of the most heavily visited sites use it, it's hard to deny that, like it or not, Flash is a Web-browsing standard.

However, Adobe has announced it is withdrawing future support for mobile Flash, marking the beginning of the end is here.

Don't expect the technology to disappear in a flash, though.


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only reason Flash is on so many pcs is that so many websites require it for their apps to function correctly for users. Better practice to not require client machines to have to do anything but point at your site!!
 

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Goodbye to Flash - my only remaining tech question now is: When will FaceBook finally runs it's course? :annoyed:
 

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Here's additional information about Adobe and Flash

Adobe Backs Off on Flash For Mobile Browsers - by Barbara Ortutay/Associated Press (AP) Technology Writer


Richard

It is refreshing to see a company make a decisive business decision. Compare Adobe's handling of this situation to the way Netflix reacted to a change in their environment.

George
 
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