Adobe have announced the end of life for Flash plug-in. Adobe are going to stop supporting and the distribution of Flash by 2020. Some websites are still using Flash but the future belongs to HTML5. Adobe dropped Flash as an application last year and Flash became Animate CC, clearly stating what it can do and
We have seen many “incarnation” of the Flash Player since the Flash Player 10 release a few years ago – 10.1, 10.2, 10.3. Now it’s time for something new… Adobe launches Flash Player 11, quite an unexpected launch since in the past new versions of Flash Player were released with the releases of Flash Professional
Yesterday, we started talking about using alternative content for flash for devices that don’t support flash. Today we’ll talk about a number of ways to give your audience the option to download and install the flash player if they don’t have it on their machine. Let’s see what happens if your visitor doesn’t have flash
Embedding flash content on the pages (.swf files) is a very simple process, and when using Dreamweaver, Dreamweaver takes care of everything so you don’t have to worry about all the code. But what about the devices, that do not support flash? There are only a few, and everyone knows which ones… Even though Flash
Adobe Flash technology is available for iOS devices (not from the AppStore though…). Thanks to a new application for jailbroken iPhones and iPads, you can now run Flash on these devices. It comes from Comex, the man who developed browser-based JailbreakMe tool, and now he brings Frash to bring Flash to iPhones and iPads users!