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Don't tell me you guys believe it too?post-172009-0-08808700-1398149452_thumb.jpgWho here is a flash developer?What your thought on flash vs html5... even know html5 is still primitive... And I even seen the compares... thought when referring to html5 in this matter, I'm of course speaking on JavaScript.

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I'm not sure what your thread is about.

 

HTML 5 was designed to perform a lot of functions that have been a necessity on the internet but could only be done with plug-ins. Flash is, slowly, being dephased in favor of HTML 5.

 

Flash is useful for other purposes, but for web applications HTML 5 is the best tool.

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Yeah, but is that any reason to take the course out?How can I request it back? Mind you I'm not going to learn anytime so unless otherwise, but to have the knowledge available is nice.

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The flash tutorials never had much in them to begin with, they were bad. It's best to find another website for Flash tutorials.

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... I'm so telling the making of this site you redirect me some where else... AND YOUR A MODERATOR!Have you played the last of us?

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HEre's a link to the tutorial: https://web.archive.org/web/20100304150857/http://www.w3schools.com/flash/default.asp

 

I never found anything useful in it. I'm a volunteer moderator, yes, but I know that W3Schools never had much useful information about Flash.

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THANKS!!! Not that I'm going to learn flash... or I doubt I will, JAVASCRIPT FOR LIFE!!!

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Flash is still usable but only at few places. HTML5 is taking its place.

It can still come back... if abode open source it.

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Flash would only survive if Adobe makes it possible to export a Flash project as HTML5 without losing any functionality. It's a fine authoring tool, which doesn't mean anything if nothing supports it.

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It's a fine authoring tool, which doesn't mean anything if nothing supports it.

I heard of that it is great as simplifying programming... Is it even more simpler than JavaScript in that aspect(JS programmer for life!).

Flash would only survive if Adobe makes it possible to export a Flash project as HTML5 without losing any functionality.

And is that possible for adobe to do?

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Is it even more simpler than JavaScript in that aspect

ActionScript 3 is quite different from Javascript, I would call it more complex. Both are based on Ecmascript though.

And is that possible for adobe to do?

I don't have much faith in Adobe to do anything correctly.

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ActionScript 3 is quite different from Javascript, I would call it more complex. Both are based on Ecmascript though.I don't have much faith in Adobe to do anything correctly.

...What's wrong with them! They are people who would do such complication for free if they just throw it on github... it's cause they want money. Did you see that crap they made for developer interface. I'm all open source use. All this show is that there is old head running the show, and if they can't make all the money, then they rather not make no money. Edited by L8V2L

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What's wrong with them!

That's a great question. Let me know if you find the answer.

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I think HTML5 is getting more popular than flash now.

Yes, we all --even the blind-- can see that this is more on the thread of adobe sell flash. That person who brought it, put it on GitHub.How would that playout?And there is also xqib:Xqib( XQuery in the browser), furthering it as a programming language:http://www.xqib.org/http://archive.xmlprague.cz/2011/presentations/xqib.pdfhttps://websci.informatik.uni-freiburg.de/teaching/ws201112/xmldb/sheets/xqib-documentation.pdfhttp://cs.brown.edu/~kraskat/pub/www09-xqib.pdf Edited by L8V2L

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That person who brought it, put it on GitHub.

Well, Adobe bought Macromedia in 2005 for only $3.4 billion, so if you get started now with a Kickstarter then you might be able to raise the billion or two dollars or so to convince Adobe to sell Flash.

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Well, Adobe bought Macromedia in 2005 for only $3.4 billion, so if you get started now with a Kickstarter then you might be able to raise the billion or two dollars or so to convince Adobe to sell Flash.

.... But it's dying. And I don't mean to give it away, I speak on making it accessible via browsers.

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I don't know what to tell you. Start a petition if you want to, but Adobe paid a lot of money for it and I can't see them doing anything that is going to result in them not making any more money from it. They would sooner bleed it until it's completely dead and replaced. Flash had its time, and that time is over.

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My thinking about flash no good html5 is much better than that as flash made sites slow it's take time to upload site.

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My thinking about flash no good html5 is much better than that as flash made sites slow it's take time to upload site.

Yeah... But all of us have played a flash game at some point.

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