Adobe announced that it will content creators discouraging the use of Flash in favor of new web standards like HTML5. While Adobe Flash, as the application will still continue to exist, it will be renamed the CC and animation be designed mainly for interactive web animation.

“Today, open standards such as HTML5 matured and provide many of the opportunities that opened in Flash” Adobe said in a statement. “Looking ahead, we recommend that content creators to build new Web standards, and will continue to focus on providing the best tools and services for designers and developers.”

news About Adobe departing from the flash as a web plug-in did not surprise. While popular in the early days of the Internet, its use has declined significantly over time, including never catch on smartphones.

YouTube, Firefox, and McAfee Labs also made an application to circumvent, citing security vulnerabilities and the use of high memory as the major problems with the program.

Web animators and designers who still use the program will not be directly affected by the decision, since the Adobe plans to continue to provide support. This involves working with Facebook, to detecting vulnerabilities at the beginning, so that the site social media can securely hold flash designed browser games.

In addition, while the change will come into force in 2016, Animation and SS are still expected to work in the same current, Flash Professional CC, even allowing developers to make content compatible with open web -standard, which can provide a safer and more stable online sites.

The flash can not disappear yet, as the creators of the Web still has a final choice to develop with her distancing from Adobe, notwithstanding. However, the sun seems to be setting on the horizon, as even webtoon virtuoso flash created by Homestar Runner is to make a new home on YouTube.

In fact, the aptly titled “Flash is dead!!” In short makes a brief and unusual work, illustrating a shift, since only his rival Homestar wrestleman Strong Bad banks

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