Adobe is developing for Apple... Right where it left off.

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    I hope adobe and apple reach an agreement to dump html 5 and use flash.
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    never going to happen, apple has put all its eggs in the html5 basket and then commited hate crimes against flash(figuratively that is) unless they make flash run much more efficiently and virtually wipe out crashing from it, there is no chance of it getting on a iDevice in an official capacity.
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    as a developer, i know that HTML5 is so much easier to use and just generally better to create apps,
    flash is outdated and should be left to die in peace
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    Someone with some common sense.

    Easy to make apps, maybe. Here's hoping it doesn't flood the appstore (more) with rubbish apps with no purpose... And enough 'guide' apps!
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    I hope Sony and all the distributors reach an agreement to dump Blu Ray and use VHS.

    HTML5 is simply the better technology.
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    with apple publishing their rejection guidelines, this hopefully shouldnt happen
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    Was that necessary? Anyway, I know it is better, but flash is more open and simple to use. And has apple embraced the technology of html5 yet? I wanna test it, for fun of course.
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    i prefer HTML5 over flash. it's easy to build n runs much smoother.

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