Hopefully affordable tools, like £50 or so not £500.
Adobe has kicked off its worldwide "Create the Web" tour by announcing a new set of applications aimed at making it easier for developers and designers to build graphically rich, interactive applications based on web standards. You read that right: web standards, not Flash. Flash's star has been waning for web and mobile …
Tuesday 25th September 2012 02:11 GMT Anonymous Coward
Since a huge number of Flash complaints related to the content that it was being used for - annoying ads - (rather than for example, the security issues, or memory issues) there will be a lot of people up in arms over the new standards compliant Adobe.
There will also be a lot of ex-Flash devs who are tooling up, working out the best way to do full page take-overs, and otherwise control your browsers for advertising in slick and inescapable ways... like me! Downvote.
Tuesday 25th September 2012 05:00 GMT Anonymous Coward
Tuesday 25th September 2012 09:12 GMT illiad
Re: No mention of video
the problem is, most young protesters don't even know the difference between flash & swf for web-pages, or even just a standalone player for them!!! :/
as for playing videos without flash support, have you not heard of 'streaming video', that youtube uses to play on Iphone??