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  • Tozyboy
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    Is Flash a fading format due to HTML5
    Hi, I was wondering if Flash is gradually fading away as a web content format, due to the emergence of HTML5 integrated audio and video delivery features, and doing so with high efficiency ? Thanks, Muziksculp
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: Is Flash a fading format due to HTML5
    Interesting Q... HTML5 video and audio is certainly more cpu efficient, and thus in today's world of mobile devices, preferable IMHO. There's a lot of cool stuff you can do with CSS3 and HTML5 that required Flash in the past, but Flash is still very, very popular and is still being used on a large scale to create content for the web and even for iOS devices... (really!) Flash pretty much had a monopoly on interactive and rich-media until now... and still is easy to use, whereas HTML5 content creation software like Hype needs more time to mature. Just my $0.02 Rounik
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  • Tozyboy
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    Joined: Oct 31st, 2007
    Re: Is Flash a fading format due to HTML5
    Hi Rounik, Interesting Answer ... Thanks, Muziksculp
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  • NickJohnson
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    Joined: Sep 25th, 2012
    Re: Is Flash a fading format due to HTML5
    Certainly Is. HTML5 with its new tags and attributes making its position in the web content format which belongs to flash.... Flash have to come up with something new, if they have to retain their position in the market.....
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