13751 readersOfficial announcements about Flash Player and Windows 8 Metro from Adobe and Microsoft. Adobe Flash runtimes roadmap update. Microsoft is currently developing Windows 8, which is the next generation of its Windows operating system. The operating system includes a number of different user interface configurations (desktop and Metro style) and targeted processor chipsets (x86/64 and ARM),
47223 readersAs we previously announced, Adobe and Microsoft are working together to bring Flash Player support to Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 for both desktop and Metro experiences. We have just posted more information on how developers can ensure that their content provides the best experience for users viewing the content on Internet Explorer 10
12162 readersRemember back in September of 2011 when Microsoft declared that Flash Player and other “plugins” would be barred from Metro Internet Explorer? It seems as though that really just isn’t going to happen. “Flash Player release and debug players will be available and supported for Windows 8 Desktop and Metro style experiences on both x86/64
16012 readersWindows 8 Release Preview with Flash 11! The Windows 8 Release Preview includes a new power-optimized, touch-friendly Adobe Flash Player. Adobe Flash content on compatible Web sites will now play in Metro style IE10. Both IE10 on the Windows desktop and Metro style IE use the same integrated Flash Player, with no need to download
14703 readersAs we previously announced, Adobe and Microsoft are working together to bring Flash Player support to Internet Explorer 10 on Windows 8 for both desktop and Metro experiences. We have just posted more information on how developers can ensure that their content provides the best experience for users viewing the content on Internet Explorer 10
11133 readersWindows 8 will have two versions of Internet Explorer 10: a conventional browser that lives on the legacy desktop, and a new Metro-style, touch-friendly browser that lives in the Metro world. The second of these, the Metro browser, will not support any plugins. Whether Flash, Silverlight, or some custom business app, sites that need plugins
6142 readersAdobe has updated the Flash Runtimes Roadmap whitepaper for the new year and there are some significant changes from previous iterations. Some of this is good, some questionable… and some bad: New documentation of the SWF file format has been made available (good) XC APIs are no longer designated as Premium Features (good) New info
9071 readersWe have just posted a new whitepaper on Adobe.com. The whitepaper, titled Adobe roadmap for the Flash runtimes lays out the 1 to 2 year roadmap for the Flash runtimes (primarily Adobe AIR and Flash Player). This includes information on specific planned releases, longer term player work, and supported platforms. This is actually the third
8235 readersI wasn’t actually going to write anything about the recently published Flash runtimes (Flash Player, AIR) whitepaper simply because it’s big enough news… and I really didn’t have anything to contribute. The whitepaper itself is a detailed look into the … Continue reading →
14669 readersAs had been previously announced, when using Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10 on the desktop and Metro style IE use the same integrated Adobe Flash Player with no need to download or install an additional player. Microsoft has just published important Developer Guidance for Web Sites with Flash Content in Windows 8.
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