2424 readersThis morning Apple posted some thoughts about Flash on their web site. The primary issue at hand is that Apple is choosing to block Adobe's widely used runtimes as well as a variety of technologies from other providers. Clearly, a...
1560 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
1847 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...
1203 readersMy real thoughts on the 3.3.1 clause of the iPhone Developer Program agreement, now confirmed by Steve Jobs of Apple as a clear attempt to block “intermediate layers between the platform”: I’m not even close to siding with Apple. I’m the furthest from being an Apple fanboy from almost anyone I know. I wonder, from
3186 readersI recently was interviewed by Jonathan Kardos of the BostInnovation blog. The topic was Flash and the whole “Apple versus Adobe” ordeal. I took some time out of a very busy schedule to relay some of my thoughts on the matter in some Q&A. These are thoughts from a mobile and device developer who has
2032 readersApple has posted Steve Jobs’ “Thoughts on Flash“. There are a lot of lies and half truths. No one will care. The article has enough valid points that people won’t check up on them. That said, here’s my attempts to correct the lies. Lie #1: “Adobe’s Flash products are 100% proprietary.” The Flash IDE, yes.
1797 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
2731 readers(Update Notes: This article was originally posted on TheNextWeb and has been updated. Be sure to also check out the iPhone-toting Flash co-creator Jonathan Gay’s thoughts on Steve Jobs and Flash and how Adobe Loves Choice for developers.) —– When Apple unveiled the iPad back in January, its glaring lack of support for the Flash
1490 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.
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