Currently Being ModeratedJul 29, 2012 11:55 PM (in response to TooDarkPark)
Also, wealth is not an indicator of inteligence. If he had any inteligence, he would have made sure to code the site using anything but flash to get the largest audience.
Wow, calling J.K Rowling (who is a she btw) and Sony stupid because their web based project needs required the use of Adobe Flash.
Might want to add Wooga, the fourth-largest game developer on Facebook, and Facebook themselves to your "stupid people" list.
Wooga has told AllThingsD that it is planning to announce today that the HTML5 experiment has been largely unsuccessful, and that it will no longer make games in HTML5. … Wooga will continue to develop Facebook games using Adobe’s Flash technology.
Facebook also pulled it's HTML5 IOS app and is replacing it with a native app.
You also might want to reconsider your point about reaching the largest audience...
PERCENT OF INTERNET CONNECTED DEVICES WITH FLASH PLAYER SUPPORT 95.42%
PERCENT OF INTERNET CONNECTED DEVICES WITH HTML5 SUPPORT 31.10%
You seem to lack understanding of the technologies as well. There is no HTML5 or Flash decision, Flash offers features and uses that HTML5 can not produce. You act as though they are both equal, or capable of creating the same experiences.
HTML5 is a markup language for positioning elements on a screen, Adobe Flash is a multimedia platform used to add animation, video, and interactivity to web pages.
Here is what Adobe Flash is for -> http://truimagz.com/_site/_portfolio/E-LEARNING/courses/201202cha-WhatsPossible/ this was built using Adobe Flash, and so was this -> http://truimagz.com/_site/_portfolio/WEBSITES/PREV.%20TRUIMAGZ/
See the difference?
Currently Being ModeratedAug 15, 2012 3:39 AM (in response to flossatthefarm)
You can - albeit not as easily as on some other platforms, mostly on desktop ones.
Get eitehr Puffin, Photon or iSwifter. (Stay away from other Flash browsers: SkyFire is not as good as it used to be and Mobile2Go *****.)
Currently Being ModeratedAug 21, 2012 10:02 PM (in response to johndaily)
Just an FYI, Not any more. I can go through the signup process, watch the videos and visit the store on the iPad using Safari. She must have realized she made a mistake and has decided to base her website on new, standard, cross platform tecehnology.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 22, 2012 8:19 AM (in response to MLadd)
She must have realized she made a mistake and has decided to base her website on new, standard, cross platform tecehnology.
Or more likely, she tried to view the website on her iPad and couldn't then called her mananger who then screamed at the company that made the wbesite and told them to fix it.
I doubt she had any input into what standard was used.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 30, 2012 3:31 PM (in response to Menneisyys)
Wondering whether you might be able to help me as well. My husband is registered to take an online class and he was planning to do it via his iPad but the setup is all about the AIR platform and Flash player. I will try to paste the reference page below.
Currently Being ModeratedAug 30, 2012 6:42 PM (in response to Philly_Phan)
It looks like it might work on my Macbook Pro - at least the Showcase Player 5 did launch on my Mac anyway. We're really disappointed that the lessons aren't supported on iPad.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 11, 2012 2:03 PM (in response to mogcarvalho)
Download iSwifter for free in the app store..........run your searches from this browser and it even tells you when to switch on flash (there is a button for it on the top of browser page)
Sure works for me anyway !