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  • sprite
    +4

    This headline is completely misleading!

    Adobe's announcement concerns only Flash Profeessional. The Flash technology in the broader sense remains unchanged.

    Many developers, including myself, use other tools to create Flash contents (eg. Apache Flex). This type of content (eg. swf's, like on http://sprite.slicker.me/flash/tutorial.htm) will not be impacted in any way.

    BTW, interactive HTML5 content (eg. games) must depend heavily on JavaScript, and current browser incompatibilities make it much harder to achieve the same result in HTML5 than Flash.

  • Gozzin
    +3

    It's not dead yet folks,so don’t chill the bubbly.

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