Adobe Flash set to be phased out on Google Chrome browsers – though with ten exceptions
Web developers: if you’re thinking of going all ‘old-school’ by developing an all Flash website, think again. Google is getting tough on all things of an Adobe Flash nature. Unless your website is one of the ten most visited sites to have a Flash movie, you run the risk of alienating almost everyone in cyberspace. Almost everyone with a copy of Google Chrome that is. Continue reading “Google Set to Bash Adobe Flash”
End of an era for file format that shaped today’s websites
On the internet, Adobe Flash (née Macromedia Flash) has died gracefully in its sleep. In its wake came changes to HTML, which offered similar facilities to Adobe’s technologies. Today, Flash has diminished in general use. For example, YouTube supports HTML5 videos by default.