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Google releases Swiffy plugin that converts Flash into HTML 5

On November 24, 2011, in Gadgets, by Mike Jefferson

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.

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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 :

 

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Google has given out Google Chrome 11 in it’s beta stage, at first we have noticed that they have a new logo. The new Google Chrome 11 also has speech-to-tech capabilities or so it says, which will be great for everyday users and also developers.

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As you may know, HTML 5 brings many new features and one of those is multimedia. However, HTML 5 is still not a standard, and as for multimedia, Flash is widely popular and more used than HTML 5, so it’s no wonder that we see applications such as Wallaby.

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It seems that we’ll see Internet Explorer 9 sooner than we think, according to the latest news. After the release candidate of Internet Explorer 9 launched lately, Microsoft has now announced some news about the final release of IE9.

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