Lots of headlines read
"IE9 on Windows Phone 7 is nearly there, but still lacks Flash ..."
Looks like MrGates is in on the act too... sorry flash fanboys....
& only 30% of the web available? Really. Considering 66% of flash videos are now also available as H.264 I find this stat dubious.
What is very interesting is the replacements for Flash that are out there.
I genuinely expect that over the next year or two, flash will steadily be replaced by HTML5 Video and animations.
There's already an HTML5 version of YouTube, and if you Google CSS3 Spider Man, the first result is a complete animation (first post so I can't link to it! :@ ) with no embedded video and absolutely no Flash. It's a heck of a lot more lightweight and nicer to the browser than a big clunky flash player too.
In my opinion, I think Flash's days are numbered online.
That CSS3 Spiderman played fine on Firefox on an iMac. On my iPad, animation fine with Atomic Browser, but no sound. Usng Safari on iPad animation very jerky and missing frames, and no sound. But shows that we'll be there soon.
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