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Adobe kills Flash on mobile devices

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    And maybe Adobe can start doing Apple Apps, eh? :cool:
     
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    NO!:mad: lol
     
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    By next year, Flash Player on desktops will be HTML5.

    RIP Adobe Flash (format) on desktops.

    HTML5 wins!

    Hoorah!

    -- Tom :)
     
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    I hope Adobe has been working on some awesome HTML5 development tools... otherwise, it will be difficult for them to stay relevant.
     
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    As a matter of fact they have a blog on that....Hmm...I'll try to find it...But, IMO, they've seen the Apple light and decided to go for it....:cool:
     
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    So what do you people think guys that Adobe Flash player is replace with HTML5 ?
     
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