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Mobile Flash closes down and Opening Greater Opportunity for HTML5 can be a revolution

It’s true that when one door closes, another one opens right after that. This seems to be true in case of HTML5 with Adobe making an announcement of shutting the doors on Mobile Flash. This is a move which is suggestive of the fact that HTML5 is making a great way to stay ahead in the competition with amazing progress line. It’s becoming difficult to differentiate between web-based HTML5 apps and the other native apps. But when analyzed in terms of expense, it’s a fact worth accepting that less expense is required to build a mobile with HTML5.

Web development model is good enough to save time as the developers don’t have to write it in several languages. The future of mobile web apps is very promising as inter-app messaging, background script processing and improved UI animations are few big things to look forward to. HTML5 video is capable of providing a better mobile user experience with even faster CPUs and high performance memory.

Flash’s Focus on Mobile apps & PC browsing

Flash has always enabled richest content on the web and reaches beyond the capability of customers. Flash has served as a blueprint for standardization of brand new HTML technologies. HTML5 is now supported on all the major mobile devices, wherein some, it makes the most happening and exclusive feature. This is the reason why HTML5 should be seen as a great solution for creating the most possible expressive content in browsers.

Future of flash on mobile will be mainly focusing on flash developers, package native apps and Adobe AIR. There are more possible changes that are supposed to take place in order to increase the investment in HTML5. Flash will have a more improved impact on the industry and this includes advanced gaming too.

HTML5: Impressive Features over Media Flash

Why is HTML5 gaining in popularity? Here are some of the impressive features HTML5 promises to introduce its users to –

1. Media player is possible even without a plug-in and flash player
2. HTML5 introduces ‘Geolocation’ through IP addresses, Wi-F, GPS and more
3. Web apps and information can be stored locally in your computer with the help of Offline storage
4. Drag and Drop feature will be an advantage for ecommerce sites

Is HTML5 proving to be a Risk?

Its HTML5 that is covering huge grounds of success after it switched from HTML4. HTML is aiming good attention towards web application which are missing in the previous versions of HTML. HTML5 is comfortably filling up the void that Silverlight and Flash could not manage to make up.

HTML5 is richest and going really big and it can be seen as the advent of the web. HTML5 is being promoted by Mozilla and Google. If the analysts are to be believed the next gen HTML5 is aiming to come up with large number of features which may or may not be critical. HTML5 is a never-ending discussion that can be allowed to co-exist by letting the people decide whether this technology is going to suffice all their needs.

There are good enough reasons for you to feel excited about the next generation of HTML5 and Flash. They literally represent the ‘super power’ since they offer developers and content publishers superb options for compelling web and application experiences. Pushing through the possible barriers of technology, HTML5 can be looked up as a revolution meeting opportunity. With new syntactical features, HTML5 is all set to rock the tech world.

About the Author:

The above article is composed and edited by Shannen D. She is associated with many technology and designing communities as their freelance writer and adviser. In her free time she writes articles related to technology, sat nav, mobile applications, etc.


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