technology platforms last legs?

Nov 16, 2011

LAST LEGS? Adobe has announced the end of its development for Flash to work with browsers in new mobile devices following the upcoming release of Flash Player 11.1. But don't panic, counsels Christopher Dawson of ZDNet: Flash never really worked well on mobile devices anyway and will remain (for the time being) on desktops, where it best belongs. And Adobe will direct Flash developers to Adobe AIR, allowing them to deploy apps built with Flash across different platforms and devices, including Android, Blackberry, and iOS. But word on the blogs is that this is all paving the way for HTML5, which, while still in development, sure has a lot of folks excited.

technology platforms last legs?

Nov 16, 2011

LAST LEGS? Adobe has announced the end of its development for Flash to work with browsers in new mobile devices following the upcoming release of Flash Player 11.1. But don't panic, counsels Christopher Dawson of ZDNet: Flash never really worked well on mobile devices anyway and will remain (for the time being) on desktops, where it best belongs. And Adobe will direct Flash developers to Adobe AIR, allowing them to deploy apps built with Flash across different platforms and devices, including Android, Blackberry, and iOS. But word on the blogs is that this is all paving the way for HTML5, which, while still in development, sure has a lot of folks excited.

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