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TBOLTRAM 11-11-2011 04:20 PM

Re: Now that SJ is no longer with us....Flash?
 
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Originally Posted by ifonline (Post 1754745)
Blinders? Where is this even coming from, and what does QuickTime have to do with hating Flash?

Not directed at you. Question: What is both noble and inert?

ArgonNJ 11-11-2011 08:45 PM

Re: Now that SJ is no longer with us....Flash?
 
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Originally Posted by TBOLTRAM (Post 1754803)
Not directed at you. Question: What is both noble and inert?

When did I ever mention Quicktime?? Thought this was about Flash??

ifonline 11-12-2011 07:29 AM

Re: Now that SJ is no longer with us....Flash?
 
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Originally Posted by TBOLTRAM (Post 1754803)
Not directed at you. Question: What is both noble and inert?

Ah... got it.

wabbit 11-13-2011 11:12 AM

Re: Now that SJ is no longer with us....Flash?
 
adobe is killing mobile flash due to too many hardware variations ..... and html5....

penguin3107 11-13-2011 11:28 AM

Re: Now that SJ is no longer with us....Flash?
 
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Originally Posted by wabbit (Post 1754941)
adobe is killing mobile flash due to too many hardware variations ..... and html5....

You can say this as many ways as you want to try to convince yourselves that it isn't true... but in the end it was iOS that destroyed Flash Mobile.

Lack of iOS support forced Adobe's hand and pushed them to focus on HTML5.

While Adobe has always shown interest in HTML5, there is no way Flash Mobile would have been abandoned if Apple supported it.

ArgonNJ 11-14-2011 01:36 AM

Re: Now that SJ is no longer with us....Flash?
 
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Originally Posted by penguin3107 (Post 1754944)
You can say this as many ways as you want to try to convince yourselves that it isn't true... but in the end it was iOS that destroyed Flash Mobile.

Lack of iOS support forced Adobe's hand and pushed them to focus on HTML5.

While Adobe has always shown interest in HTML5, there is no way Flash Mobile would have been abandoned if Apple supported it.

100% correct!


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