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Adobe sees as the future HTML5 and Flash seems to turn its back
Adobe has announced that Animate CC is the replacement of Flash Professional. The entertainment package still supports Flash, but Adobe is focusing more on HTML5. Adobe also comes with an HTML5 video player for desktop browsers.
Although Adobe does not literally say that there is no more room for Flash, create the software in announcing Animate CC clear that HTML5 is the future, “standards like HTML5 will be the web platform of the future for all devices,” Adobe wrote on his blog.
In addition to the new software Animate CC, which in 2016 appears, Adobe says also come with an HTML5 video player for desktop browsers. The Flash Player is currently used by many websites for video playback. This year, many large departments themselves made the switch from Flash to HTML5. Thus stepped YouTube in January already largely to HTML5 video. Twitch began to phase out Flash in July. It is the first time that Adobe itself now focuses on HTML5.
Adobe Flash Player Adobe is repeatedly negative in the news because of vulnerabilities in Flash Player. Many critical vulnerabilities can be traced back to the Adobe software that many users are on their computers. So did security company Secunia in August announced which of the fifteen discovered zero days there were seven in Flash. It would also exploits in Flash Pawn used in Operation Storm, a massive hacking campaign that the targeting has on computer systems include the White House, NATO and governments of different countries.
Although Adobe in its wording clearly indicate that it HTML5 as the future looks, there will be no immediate end to the use or support of Flash. According to the software maker the technique is widely used in ‘categories such as web games and premium video, where new standards are yet to mature. ” Adobe announces in this context a new partnership with Facebook in order Flash games on the social network as safe as possible turn. Such collaborations have been with Adobe, Microsoft and Google, says the company.Viewing:-159
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