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Thursday, February 9, 2012


➤ On the full-sized Web—that is, sites you visit using a browser on a desktop computer— the videos, slideshows, and animations that you encounter often have been created using Adobe Flash. Flash is a non-starter on mobile devices, however, and in November 2011, Adobe halted mobile Flash development. That brings us to HTML5, which Apple and other developers have heralded as the option of choice for similar video and animation on mobile devices. With mobile Flash out of the picture, HTML5 is becoming “a hyper-growth technology,” according to Strategy Analytics. A recent report from the research company indicates that 1 billion smartphones with HTML5 will be sold worldwide by 2013.

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Anonymous said...

Thank you for your continuous upgrades and html5 player

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