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ThemeScience says

Absolutely Great Article, on where Flash Stands in 2011

http://blogs.adobe.com/adobenordic/2011/06/flash-the-next-step/
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ThemeFocus says

Oh,yes,hope more good news from Adobe.

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bobocel says

This is not good news, it’s bad news.

So even if Flash may eventually disappear from browsers, it remains an excellent cross-platform technology.

Let me split that up:

1. Flash [may eventually] / will disappear from browsers.

2. it remains an excellent cross-platform technology / it isn’t, and it won’t be, for anything more than games.

I hope they are really pushing Flash on the desktop/browsers, otherwise Flash is doomed.

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RimmonTrieu says

Article was written by a web developer, go figure !

There are some valid point though but I won’t take it seriously he’s not really an insider to see the real circumstance. Why did adobe publish this anyway ?

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RimmonTrieu says
bobocel said

I hope they are really pushing Flash on the desktop/browsers, otherwise Flash is doomed.

They are, with all new Stage3D, StageVideo, Concurrency and dozen of brilliant API coming up in Flash Player 11. Point is Flash just got terribly bad PR recent years thanks to Steve Job and his html5 zealots.

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Enabled Volunteer moderator says

Flash is dead. Too many developers, to little jobs. Evolve to HTML5 . Can’t beat them, join them. The only optimal way.

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Enabled said
Flash is dead. Too many developers, to little jobs. Evolve to HTML5 . Can’t beat them, join them. The only optimal way.

Sad but true…..

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RimmonTrieu says

@Enabled while Flash is not its strongest form I’ll say it far from dead. Evolving to html5 ? Have you actually tried to develop something with html5 and compare to Flash, workflow, performance, development time ?

http://now.periscopic.com/2011/05/our-research-into-flash-and-html5-which-one-is-right-for-your-project/
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RimV said
@Enabled while Flash is not its strongest form I’ll say it far from dead. Evolving to html5 ? Have you actually tried to develop something with html5 and compare to Flash, workflow, performance, development time ? http://now.periscopic.com/2011/05/our-research-into-flash-and-html5-which-one-is-right-for-your-project/

Have you noticed the HUGE decline in sales, as well as Flash Jobs lately?

I love flash don’t get me wrong, but im not about to suffer because I love something. I would rather be where the money is at and be able to survive.

Flash is Dying a slow and painful death and unfortunately its just sad and true.

The only thing the Flash Platform has going for it right now is AIR for Mobile devices.

Even Adobe admits this!

There is nothing more to contend, no further argument is needed.

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Mufaddal says

writing such comments on the forums of a flash market good going guys good going

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