Posts tagged ‘Adobe Flash’
Back in 2011, I mentioned that Microsoft was about to halt development of the Silverlight plugin, that Flash mobile was being discontinued, and that Adobe recommended HTML5 for enterprise RIA development instead of Flex, which was being open-sourced. My post was a little long-winded, but the short version was: whoa, the times-are-a-changin’, it’s getting dangerous to [...]
What a busy week. Flash is dead. Sort of, but not really. In case you haven’t heard, Adobe formally announced the discontinuation of Flash Player for mobile devices (“Flash to Focus on PC Browsing and Mobile Apps; Adobe to More Aggressively Contribute to HTML5“). Adobe employees struggled to come to grips with what has undoubtedly [...]
Posted Monday, June 7th, 2010.
Neither of you are choir boys, and I’m fed up with your bickering.
Posted Friday, March 19th, 2010.
Mozilla, the makers of Firefox, refuse to support the MP4/H.264 standard because it isn’t open-source and free from licensing constraints. Without Ogg, Firefox’s HTML5 video is rendered useless and requires a Flash-based fallback system. However, Firefox’s handling of the video element breaks the fallback mechanism. A scripted solution is required.
Here’s a simple script that will detect whether HTML 5 video is supported in the browser, and if it is, will check to see if this is Firefox. If yes, it deletes the specified video element but leaves the Flash fallback in its place.
Posted Monday, February 15th, 2010.
I’m happy to introduce you to my latest project, LearnSWFObject.com
I have some simple questions I’d love to get feedback on. I’m curious about what people are looking for in their e-learning authoring tools, specifically: What feature is your current tool missing that you would love to see implemented? Support for team collaboration? Support for themes or custom CSS styling? Support for language localization? A [...]
Summary of “Sneak Peeks” session @ Adobe Summit today. Includes details about the Adobe E-Learning Suite and Adobe Captivate 4.
A quickie post about FlashCamp and Flash CS4