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It appears that Flash might be replaced by HTML 5 in the future, however, if you are Flash developer and you don’t want to switch to HTML 5, you’ll be pleased to know that there’s a new plug-in available that can convert your Flash animations into HTML 5 with a single click. Continue reading »
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Many people believe that HTML 5 will replace Flash eventually, but Flash has proven to be powerful tool at Adobe MAX 2011 conference for designers and developers by running Unread Tournament 3 in web browser. Continue reading »
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You probably know that Apple’s devices don’t support Flash content, but that’s not a problem if you’re using Skyfire app that allows you to view Flash content on your iOS devices. As for Skyfire, we’re happy to inform you that Skyfire has launched another app that enables even more Flash content on iOS devices.
If you access Google Labs you can now find the first version of Swiffy. For those of you who don’t know what Swiffy is – it’s a new tool from Google which can transform swf files into HTML5. It’s very easy to use, all you have to do is to upload your swf files and this tool will do the rest, after which you can take the HTML code that it generates and insert it into your pages. Below you can see an example :
Every iOS user has probably felt the need for an official Adobe Flash plugin, now Adobe has added HTTP Live Streaming to Flash Media Server thus making it possible for iOS devices like the iPhone and the iPad to view flash files. This new update made by Adobe will generate a HTML5 compatible stream that will allow devices that don’t have the Adobe plugin installed to view flash files.