1082 readersSo, now it’s official. VP8 will be open sourced and support will added to the Flash player: http://webmproject.blogspot.com/ It’s was not a difficult prediction that I mention in an earlier post: http://www.blixtsystems.com/2010/05/why-google-bought-on2/ Notice the absence of Apple and Microsoft in the list of partners. So what does this mean? Like I mentioned in my earlier post,
4383 readersEveryone who actually programs in Flash knows that there is now full multi-touch and gesture support available. Unfortunately, some people still like to make claims to the contrary in an effort to make Flash appear behind the times. It is fortunately very easy to prove them wrong. Below is a great example built by StruckAxiom
2537 readersOpera Mobile team has posted some info about its Android development experience. Flash and HTML5 video are coming to Opera for Android. Pavel said tow features about the Opera Mobile browse: Flash: the new web technologies aim to replace it, but Flash will be around for some time. If you have Flash player installed
1684 readersIn case you've been visiting abc.com this week, and don't have the Move Networks plug-in installed (or you can't install it because you are running Safari 64 bit), ABC started to offer a Flash version of their player as fallback. ABC was one of the early adaptors of Flash Video, and then switched to Move
1317 readersAlthough HTML 5 is not a W3C recommendation yet, AOL, Apple, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera, and many hundreds of other vendors have been supporting HTML 5. There are also many sounds discussing like Will HTML5 Be Flash And Silverlight Killer, however, do you really know what are the new features in HTML [...]
1476 readersReally? There are other implications. By extending a hand to HTML5 Microsoft will move ahead adoption of the standard in a large way. The better HTML5 does, the worse Flash does, given their tendancy [sic] to step on each other’s toes at every turn. By most accounts, I think HTML5 has never been better. Wider
1732 readersWhen Apple announced third-party development for iPhone apps, I read everything carefully and made a decision: it was too risky. You see, Apple controlled the gateway to the iPhone. After putting in time and money, there was no way to guarantee your app would make it to the store. And there was nothing you could
945 readersWhen I saw the videos with HP’s upcoming slate device, and I learn that it will support Flash Player and Adobe AIR I knew this is the magical device for me and my family. The only question I have is how much it will cost. My wife is a heavy user of internet (movies, social
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
8100 readersI get a lot of questions throughout the year about what technology I am currently using. This includes things like what phone, tablet, computer, and camera I am using. As 2010 comes to an end I thought I would write a quick article that talks about my current technology choices and why I made them.
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