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Flash Replaced by HTML5 Technologies

Aug
05

Adobe announced they are deprecating Flash. This announcement has been a long time in the making. Many people have worked hard to develop standard technologies which are now promising enough that Adobe no longer sees a future in their media platform.

HTML5 Standards such as WebRTC, WebASM and WebGL are all making it possible to develop rich applications on the web without the need for Adobe Flash. These days it seems the adoption rate of new browsers is even picking up as normal users are becoming more conscious of the need to update their software regularly. Some are saying 66% of websites support HTML5 already. Even older browsers can support the new HTML5 elements and most support many of the new features.

Read Adobe’s Blog Post About Deprecating Flash:

Flash & The Future of Interactive Content

 

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