Actually, you can with Firefox. There is an extension you can use for this. I use it frequently.I wish I could get that in Windows : -)
I read that post and the article and I don't think that article applies.I think Steve Jobs has already said what he thinks of Flash. See post #2
If Adobe uses (or used) one of Apple's "approved" development tools/environments to produce the iPhone code, I don't get an indication (from the article mentioned above) that Apple would object to it.From BBC article said:Adobe released a software package, Creative Suite 5, on 12 April which can turn Flash code into iPhone code.
I don't see why since the Flash player serves as a viewer of the video embedded on the site. This is why it's important to keep the RipCode app in proper context. The RipCode app does not enable Flash functionality, it simply transcodes video and presents that video (which is the content) in a format the iPad natively supports.It is well known Jobs is against any type of flash on the Ipad. Lawsuits should start flying this summer.
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