1849 readersSteve Jobs posted a long letter on the Apple web site to "jot down" in great detail why Flash is such a lousy technology and why Apple remains forward thinking and insanely great.He continues to assert that HTML5 is a...
1562 readersSo just when I thought that all of the rhetoric regarding the Apple verses Adobe dustup over Flash had died down, Steve Jobs published an open letter entitled "Thoughts on Flash" on the Apple website today, ringing in yet another round in this boxing match. I encourage those folks who care about this issue to
988 readersAdobe’s CTO Kevin Lynch just published a blogpost with his thoughts on Flash, past and future, Apple iPad, HTML5, OSP and more. The blogpost entitled “Open Access to Content and Applications” gives you a good idea on where Adobe and the Flash Platform is going and what we are doing with our Open Screen Project
1768 readersVia yfrog.com/83n4fp. See also: TechCrunch: Adobe, You Brought An Advertisement To A Gun Fight, by MG Siegler, 13 May 2010 Apple.com: Thoughts on Flash, Steve Jobs, April 2010 The Big Web Show Episode 2: HTML5 For Web Designers HTML5 For Web Designers by Jeremy Keith (A Book Apart, June, 2010) Zeldman.com: Flash, iPad, and Standards,
1837 readersRather than going into any detail regarding my thoughts surrounding Apple’s updated iPhone developer license clause last week, I instead prefer to focus on the more exciting and positive developments the future has to hold for the Flash Platform in the mobile space; and at the moment, it’s Android As you may be aware, beginning
1371 readersIt seems Steve is firing all over directions. If you have some time follow this two links relating some of the last controversial speeches Steve is giving. Apple as some problem with Adobe, that is for sure…. http://simonwebdesign.com/steve-jobs-html5-will-kill-flash http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2010/01/googles-dont-be-evil-mantra-is-bullshit-adobe-is-lazy-apples-steve-jobs
1714 readersIn case you are living under a rock you may not be aware that Apple and Adobe have there... differences. This article on Slate asks whether Steve Jobs' decision to keep Flash off the IPad will "kill Flash". There have been many "Flash Killers" over the years which have faded into obscurity, so you could
1495 readersAdobe has posted a short response to the letter Apple boss Steve Jobs has written about Flash technology. In it, Adobe said the legal terms Apple imposed on software developers had led it to shift its focus away from Apple.
1802 readersThe Apple-Adobe war turning fierce, two weeks ago, a ITWorld writer cited unnamed sources to claim that Adobe has plans in place to sue Apple. Apple CEO Steve Jobs Responds Adobe now, Jobs has published an essay titled “Thoughts on Flash” on the company’s website, lashing out against Adobe and its “100% proprietary” products. Jobs
1571 readersYesterday Apple announced that they have removed the restriction on 3rd-party development tools for creating applications for iOS devices. From Adobe’s perspective this is of course great news. Since the announcement, I have seen a lot of confusing new stories, tweets, and comments about what this actually means so let me clarify things a bit.
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