Adobe’s love affair with its Flash format has come to an end. Oh sure, Adobe said they were just killing development on mobile browser Flash in favor of HTML5, but seriously, do you think, that they’ll keep working on Flash on the desktop for much longer? If you do, I have a nice, lightly-used bridge in Brooklyn I’d like to sell you. No, the end of Flash is in sight and HTML5 is now the one true future for Internet video.
In Adobe’s official announcement, Danny Winokur, Adobe’s VP and general manager of interactive development, wrote, “HTML5 is now universally supported on major mobile devices, in some cases exclusively. This makes HTML5 the best solution for creating and deploying content in the browser across mobile platforms. We are excited about this, and will continue our work with key players in the HTML community, including Google, Apple, Microsoft and RIM, to drive HTML5 innovation they can use to advance their mobile browsers.” Continue reading
Website design is becoming more and more important in the internet boom which has become a money making phenomenon. A well developed website that encourages user activity to promote products or services is what people are looking for, and what they need in order to make an informed decision. However, a custom website that requires amazing interactions and specific preferences is going to require a little more. Maybe you have a website design in mind and just need to outsource the coding. If this is the case, you more than likely have been hearing a lot about HTML 5 and Flash going head to head.
The battle between Flash and HTML 5 was virtually started by Steve Jobs. With the removal of all Flash development from Apple’s site, and the lack of Flash support on iPads, a big debate began to stir within the web design world. The debate of which is better, HTML 5 or Flash. Continue reading
Recommended three tools to you:
- Adobe Wallaby: Convert Adobe Flash FLA files into HTML and reach more devices.”Wallaby” is the codename for an experimental technology that converts the artwork and animation contained in Adobe Flash Professional (FLA) files into HTML. This allows you to reuse and extend the reach of your content to devices that do not support the Flash runtimes. You can view the output in one of the supported browsers or on an iOS device.
- Google Swiffy: converts Flash SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a Flash player (such as iPhones and iPads). Swiffy can’t yet convert DoubleClick Studio creatives. Swiffy currently supports a subset of SWF 8 and ActionScript 2.0.
- Recool SWF to HTML5 Converter: converts Flash to HTML5 Video/YouTube video/Flash Video/MP3/WAV/Image. Watch Flash on devices with or without Flash Player, publish HTML5 video and view HTML5 video on all smartphones, such as iPhone/iPad/Andriod. With Recool SWF to HTML5 Converter, you can enjoy online Flash through all portable devices, anytime ,anywhere! Continue reading
Now days, It is very difficult to choose Flash or HTML5 for website developers, iPhone does not support Flash, and Adobe has renounced Flash on the mobile platform in favor of HTML5. But is it really perfect of HTML5?There are a lot of problems about HTML5:
- HTML5 standard is still the drafting stage, All browsers are not fully comply with the HTML5 standard, especially in the HTML5 video:
Chrome is the best one support all HTML5 Video formats, but google has announced not to support the HTML5 Mp4 format.
- All mobile platforms support to HTML5 MP4 Video, but there are some difference of these mobile platform. Continue reading
How to convert a Flash (*.swf) to a video (*.avi) format? This FREE software called ” Free SWF to AVI Converter” can help you. SWF to AVI is one freeware to convert Flash video (*.swf) to a video (*.avi) files with any loss of quality.
We had developed SWF to AVI for our own use because we did not find exactly the converter we need. Now, we think that it could be useful for many users. So we decided to provide SWF to AVI for free to interested users. Continue reading