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Saying goodbye to Flash

I just read the news that Adobe is planning to stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020. This move requires the web developers to migrate their websites to open standards if there are any existing Flash contents, otherwise we won’t be able to watch the contents, especially video or gaming sites.

Change is the only constant in life. Everything is changing or moving forward. I still remember I was quite excited to learn how to add a Flash content on the web page. Now, we need to learn something new, or many have already applied the new technology. I think HTML5 is the solution to replace Flash.


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  1. HTML5 is interesting.

    Adobe had to get rid of flash, it is the second most exploited application on the web!

    But, I wonder about the future of video. Youtube and their embedded player, Vevo and their embedded player both seem to expand beyond Flash already.

    The reality of this might simply be an application that just says I can consume flash content easily and don’t care about older video.

    Nice thinking piece thanks for sharing!

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