HTML5 and "Mobility Devices".  

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HTML5 and "Mobility Devices".

by Marv » Fri Jan 07, 2011 5:15 am

I heard that HTML 5 is out or will be shortly. One of the key design HTML 5 features was to allow swf files to be played without the need of a "Flash" player" especially on "Mobility Devices".

Can anyone comment on this?
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by vincen » Fri Jan 07, 2011 6:51 am

Marv wrote:I heard that HTML 5 is out or will be shortly. One of the key design HTML 5 features was to allow swf files to be played without the need of a "Flash" player" especially on "Mobility Devices".

I think you are confused ! HTML5 is not supposed to allow to play Flash content without Flash ! HTML5 includes somes capabilities to do similar stuffs than Flash, but it's less powerful for now. HTML5 is still a draft for now, so more changes are yet possible ;)

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