Apple decided to abandon the software Flash in favor of HTML5 on macOS Sierra System

Jun

15

2016

Apple decided to join my company Google and Mozilla to put an end to dependence on software from Adobe Flash to display visual content made by which Web pages.

He said the company’s developer Ricky Mondello in a publication on the site webkit.com The Safari Web browser of the Apple will only display content made ​​by HTML5 language, so when you launch the new version “Mac OS Sierra” macOS Sierra.

The move comes from Apple, which has long fought to rely on Flash since the launch of the first phone iPhone in 2007, to join those who try to end the software Flash, which has suffered recently from a lot of gaps that offered users the risk of penetration, as well as performance issues and consumption situation the battery.

Mondello explained that Safari on Mac Os Sierra, which will launch a pan-users during the autumn of 2016, Sattiy priority visual content made by HTML5 to provide, but in the case of some of the content require the presence of software Flash, the browser will ask the user for permission to run it before.

Apple decided to abandon the software Flash in favor of HTML5 on macOS Sierra System

And Google has preceded Apple in such a move, since the middle of last month announced it intends to ban content made ​​by Flash on Chrome browser later this year.

Team developer of the most widely used browser worldwide web and submitted a proposal to prevent flash chrome content for the Web programming language HTML5, and let it go at some of the more websites visit.

She explained the US search giant at the time that starting from the fourth quarter of 2016, will allow the content of Flash by default on all 10 sites, which are still based on this addendum, including Facebook and YouTube and Yahoo.

Instead, Chrome will display HTML5 content to provide, otherwise they will alert the user to allow viewing Flash content.

And moving Flash technology years ago on its way toward extinction, not only because of the security Amaaebha, but because the market is starting to move towards the adoption of HTML5 technology instead of additions.

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