Adobe fights to keep Flash relevant

in iPhone edited January 2014
"Smart phones are where the game is now," says Kevin Lynch, Adobe's chief technology officer. "Our chips are on the table. We've made our bets."

Adobe Strives to Crack the Smart-Phone Market


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    fwd-bwdfwd-bwd Posts: 1member
    Some reasons why Flash for iPhone isn't worth waiting for:
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    jeffdmjeffdm Posts: 12,946member
    Most of the time, I can do without, most of the time it's animated ads, something I can do without on pages with text, it's a media mismatch if you ask me. I'll take animated ads if the content is animated or video.

    There are a few nifty applets though, Google's stock stats app and the hit tracker for my web store's admin page are pretty spiffy.
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    tenobelltenobell Posts: 7,014member
    That was an interesting article highlighting practicle problems with Flash on mobile devices. I'm not sure what Adobe can do to fix UI inconsistency and poorly written code.

    This will be a strength for HTML/CSS/javascript as their is more of an organized framework for design and performance
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