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Hi Everyone,

I was a flash developer.Since, here is no hope in flash I am thinking of either html5 or animations,videos(after effects,3ds max etc).

I am currently working in php, visual basic.net but I want to go either html5 or after effects way.

so, can html5 developers tell me if coding in html5 is headache because same code not work in variety of browsers. I have a lot of headache in html4 before.

any advice will be helpful.

thanks in advance.

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Hey there, I’m also an AS3 developer and after a long break I’ve decided to give it another shot. On AD there’s not much hope but individual projects can still be made and I’ve found some jobs for Flex/AS3 developers, so you can still make some money with it. Also I’ve started to work with HTML5 & jQuery to have a larger audience and I can say they aren’t that bad. Debuggind & compatibility is harder but overall it’s quite Ok, so if you like coding you can make the transition quickly without too much effort.

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I like to code but After Effects is more fun. :)

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