16 February 2013

Is Flash still alive?

I don't really know what happened, where was I and this blog for the past two years. It's like some space-time wormhole got me into its unimaginable depths and spit me out a couple of days ago.

Anyway, you can all assume I was in another dimension or something (I wanted to say prison but then I realized I could have had computer and Internet access inside it, so that's not good excuse) because I didn't touch Flash, web or mobile development or anything similar all this time! I know it sound incredible but it's true.

This means first I'll have to see what in the world happened with Flash in all this time :) Is it still alive and can I countinue with it?

I can see from my stats people still visit this blog quite often, so I guess there are some good info here for you to read and enjoy. If I need some help in catching up with new stuff don't be a stranger and help me out!

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zproxy said...

It seems to be alive. They are trying to downplay flash and upplay AIR.

As long as they do not actually kill it there is a huge market as flash is a good packaged web application.

flanture said...

thanks for your comment zproxy! I guess mobile is driving the change very fast and that will only continue.

Nicolas Bousquet said...

Most devs have moved to JS or Unity. The few that are left are almost exclusively doing game development. I added you on twitter anyway ( @eaflash )


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