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Originally Posted by bry2k2 Doesn't matter what Adobe is supporting or not supporting, fact remains is existing content on the web is still running mostly in flash, it will all...
12-04-2011, 11:28 PM #21
Last edited by jbardi; 12-04-2011 at 11:30 PM.
12-05-2011, 12:36 AM #22
12-05-2011, 12:42 AM #23
i hope we're talking bout among touch pads and not smartphones.
12-05-2011, 04:47 AM #24
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12-05-2011, 05:59 PM #25
Any flash based site worth anything, has an app for it. An app has way more usefulness than some flash based site. For example, take your tablet and go to weather.com, notice how you have to pan around and zoom in and out to get your local weather. Now The Weather Channel app, has everything about where you are neatly in front if you. Slide your finger around and look at the future weather casts. It is so much easier to navigate with more concentrated info. Now try Walgreens or CVS website .... Same thing ..and you can take a picture of your medication and get a refill. My banking application like the website shows me where my Free-of-Charge atm's are, but my app integrates with my gps program and can take there.
Flash is limited on a tablet, some sites require a "mouse hover" .. No click... Some require a right mouse click... Some require both mouse and keyboard interaction. A tablet cannot accomplish any of those.
Flash primarily is user for advertisements on the web - this is a fact.
There are some legit sites that use flash but if you take into consideration that they provide an app that is built specifically for a tablet, it doesn't matter.