Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Adobe Flash Meets Its End

Flash served its purpose for a long time. It brought us a more powerful Web, and helped shift it from its hypertext-based roots to something far more interactive and useful, beginning as early as the late 1990s. And now, Flash's time has officially passed—on mobile devices and otherwise.
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2396094,00.asp#fbid=wVKyNx0lD3j


7 comments:

  1. Lots of hatred out there for Flash. What a sad day. Kiss that tool in my belt goodbye. F!@#$&%$ software engineers and their BS.

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  2. Some are saying Flash threaten's Apple's monopoly in the app arena.

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  3. I have my own share of hatred for Flash.
    On a daily basis My mac says "unresponsive script, would you like to stop the script?" while it grinds away taking up all the processing power trying to get over the speedbump of giving me a half-assed animated banner ad.

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  4. That is Adobe's fault. Should have spent the last 10 years streamlining it's architecture. But they didn't.

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  5. Adobe Edge may be the next stage but the beta LOOKS very limited compared to Flash

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