A Noob question, I know. Apologies in advance.
Wasn't sure who to ask, so I hope you can help.
I am looking at having a Flash-based desktop application made for my own personal use, though could possibly be commercialized for a very small purchase amount, as others in my industry have advised it would be useful to them. (Mac users need AdobeAir, for what I have in mind...)
With the web, and HTML5 etc etc - what implications does this have for users of Desktop programs that solely use Flash (although uncommon)?
So we won't use Flash on web anymore, but will we/can we continue to use it in a desktop environment?
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Replies To: Is Flash Really Obsolete?
Re: Is Flash Really Obsolete?
Posted 20 February 2013 - 03:48 PM
This post caught my eye because I was just reading about this the other day. I used flash back when it was Flash 4 so it's been quite a while. I can't speak from industry stand point but you are correct that HTML5 and webgl will replace flash on the web at some point. I still think it has a few years left but who knows, it really depends on how many people adapt the technology.
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