Argh, the truth, it hurts! I’ve been a Firefox fanboy for many a year, but things like this keep stabbing me in the side with a metaphorical fork pushing me to Chrome.. Really need to make a personal pro’s/con’s list sometime soon.
But yeah, horrid cross-browsing solution. Enter Flash!
Joost it’s not a flash point if it yes or no (with no mobile flash is not relevant any more, no matter what the rest of the world will calmed/say on this issue ) ,or if you prefer to surf with Chrome ,but i look at this from developer stand point ,for me it’s amazing how basic i need to go with coding due to cross browser issue and now the key in my view is in design less coding, i mean there is a limit for the amount of slides you can make with jquery
Nice. I’ve seen the same effect in 2007 with one of the early builds of Papervision 3D. Good times. I remember back in the days flash haters stated it was useless and stupid, now how things are changing…
By the way it doesn’t work in Opera, Firefox isn’t really fast in rendering this and Safari blurs the whole freaking thing out. The only one who renders this well is Chrome.
I’m wondering when they manage to build some serious 3D Layout, I mean a bunch of planes with a tilting camera isn’t really something new.
It will eventually reach to an acceptable performance across browsers, may be 3 to 5 years. But the selling point is that it will show on iOS regardless performance. With flash you only see a dead blue box with question mark.
I think we should keep an open mind and start experimenting with all these “features”. There have been so much changes over the last year and it actually hurts own business the most.
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