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Flash vs HTML5 – judge yourself

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After Mr. Job’s reviews on Flash in Thoughts on Flash article, it has been a buzz around regarding whether HTML5 reduces the necessary of flash player plugin.

Guys, I being a pure actionscript developer, was a little concerned; but it seems the results of comparison are really not much to be concerned about at this point. But start picking up HTML5 guys 🙂

Check the reports here and judge yourself-

Does HTML5 Really Beat Flash? The Surprising Results of New Tests
Features study by James Hofmann
HTML5: Could it kill Flash and Silverlight?
Flash vs. HTML5: Tech’s Political Third Rail
HTML 5 versus Flash – Pingdom

Should Apple allow Flash on the iPhone and other Apple products?
Is this a right fact that HTML5 is way ahead and that Flash is old tech?

Share your comments.

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Written by Deepanjan Das

June 7, 2010 at 12:15 PM

Posted in Flash, General, HTML5

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  1. I love flash because I’m used to it and the CS5 version is phenominal. Since the CS5 version offers multiple platforms to build i-Phone applications, I would think that Mr. Jobs would want to maintain his relationship with Adobe and continue to grow. People love to be entertained and Flash provides exciting visuals. It would be a shame for Apple to avoid Flash. Do you think Flash will become obsolete?

    diversionsmarketing

    July 22, 2010 at 5:56 AM

  2. Those Web pages provide excellent information. Thank you!

    diversionsmarketing

    July 22, 2010 at 12:23 PM


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