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HTML5 Wins! Mobile Flash is Extinct.

Flash is Extinct

I have good news and some bad news. The good news is that Flash is dead on mobile devices.

Adobe is stopping development on Flash Player for browsers on mobile.

This is the summary from an e-mail sent to Adobe partners on Tuesday evening that was obtained and first reported on by ZDNet. The other good news to come from this is that Adobe will be putting more money into their HTML5 aspirations. I have really enjoyed working with the free previews of Adobe Edge, their HTML5 animation software. Adobe should be releasing the commercial version of Edge in 2012. I am hoping more resources will be devoted to its development.

Here is the bad news Continue Reading →

Flash is Dead

This “Flash is Dead” animation was made with the new HTML5 design software called Adobe Edge. Yes, Adobe is indirectly assisting with the death of one of their products, Flash. It seems like everyday HTML5 gets closer to eliminating the need for Flash.

This HTML5 animation is just a brief glimpse of what the preview version of Adobe Edge can do. Continue Reading →

HTML5 Design Software from Adobe

Who would have thought that Adobe would be in the forefront of the HTML5 movement? Yet, here we are. Adobe on Monday released Edge.

Adobe Edge is a very nice piece of HTML5 design software. The current release is Edge Preview 1, which features animation and motion. The interface is clean and easy to use especially for an Adobe fan like myself. My previous experience designing Flash games and gif animations in Adobe Fireworks and Photoshop really came in handy. I was able to implement animation techniques I had learned to achieve some stellar results. Continue Reading →