A significant amount of people have the desire to move on from Flash and Adobe has finally released a new version which will belong to the Flash Player 30 branch. Because Flash scared users in numerous occasions last year, here are the best three options from which they can choose which one to move on to.
HTML5 is one of the users’ favorites as it delivers content on the web. Because a number of products can’t work without Flash and a user base does not to give it up, it remains despite HTML5’s dominance.
Google Chrome gave Flash Player up when it released Chrome 56 while thinking for many years to do so.
Even though Apple supports Adobe AIR, it does not want to do anything with Flash Player.
Lightspark is a Flash Player open source, and it was written in C/C++ while running on Linux. If you go on its GitHub page, you can see the code personally. The last version of Lightspark which was released in 2013 is 0.7.2, so it might not work with a lot of the Flash-based content of today as it was released four years ago.
Even though Silverlight is no longer around it will be missed as looked back at with pride because it was able to achieve so much. Its developers aimed to make it write and run rich internet, and NBC even used it as a streamer for their video during their 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics’ coverage and also to cover the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics event. For their streaming services, Netflix and Amazon Video used Silverlight as well. Netflix switched to HTML5 when the end of its life was announced by Microsoft in 2012.
Rest in peace Silverlight.
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