1434 readersMuch has been said about HTML5 and how it would benefit the web. Obviously, with Apple banning Flash from its devices and other companies slowly following there has been enough said about this topic. Nonetheless, the move towards HTML5 makes a lot of s...
1613 readersThe tech blogosphere is a buzz at the moment over Apples move to limit the methods in which you're allowed to develop iPhone and iPad applications. The new version of the Developer Program License Agreement, released last week, expands on rules banning private APIs to extend to the banning of cross compiled code. The modification
7161 readersWhile there are some great jQuery plugins for skinning HTML5 video available, it's really not difficult to create your own lightweight solution with only the features that you need and with full control over the look and feel. Read about how RealEyes developed an HTML solution for cases when a user might not have Flash
8671 readersHTML5 did ruin Adobe’s plans regarding Flash. Most operating systems don’t natively support Flash rendering and users have to install additional plugins… Seems like Adobe felt in love with HTML5, because they released their own HTML5 video player about 10 days ago. After they released Dreamweaver CS5 and Illustrator with some HTML5 tools, they started
2061 readersAccording to Forrester Research, HTML5 is far away from replacing RIA tools like Adobe Flash or Microsoft Silverlight. Some design flaws and immature tooling of HTML 5 apps makes using it across browsers and operating systems a little difficult. Apple, however, is using HTML5 on devices like iPad after replacing Flash, due to its ongoing
1373 readersNot a new topic you say? Microcontrollers with web / socket interfaces have been around for a while - but I haven't seen anyone connecting the dots in a a way that makes sense for general consumption by Flash, Flex, and AIR developers. read more
1325 readersI'm fed up. It's enough. Thx. I don't care who started it; I don't care why Steve and Shantanu don't want to play with each other's companies anymore and I'm seriously fed up with everyone talking about nothing else.Apple vs Adobe vs HTML 5 vs Apple vs Flash vs whatever is a post from: Blog
4621 readers[Adobe would like me to make it clear that the opinions below are not the official views of the company and are entirely my own.] By now you have surely heard about the new iPhone 4.0 SDK language that appears to make creating applications in any non-Apple-approved languages a violation of terms. Obviously Adobe is looking
1086 readersThis is a topic I have been giving a lot of thought to lately, even before and unrelated to the continuing Apple versus Adobe saga. Its been my sense, especially lately, that the Adobe Developer Community is a very introverted community and this trait continues to hurt how we are viewed within the developer community
2380 readersIn response to my post on Mouse Events and hover in Flash Player content on touch devices, John Gruber (daringfireball.net) raises an issue: The problem, though, for a hypothetic Flash plugin that renders pages within web pages (as on traditional desktop browsers), is how to tell whether a tap-and-drag within a Flash element is supposed to
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