Google confirms it's bringing Metro-themed Chrome browser to Windows 8
7. drahmad (Posts: 480; Member since: 20 Aug 2011)
they are talking about windows 8, not windows phone. which means flash is there (although not needed)
2. DigitalMD (Posts: 226; Member since: 17 Feb 2010)
Flash? Soo 30 days ago. Even Adobe is no longer developing for flash, its dead. HTML5 is the new flash
3. frydaexiii (Posts: 1338; Member since: 01 Dec 2011)
When will you people stop that "Flash is dead HTML5 is the future" crap, it's annoying as hell, so far, I haven't seen much HTML5 stuff around, while at websites like newgrounds almost all it's content are flash.
Mobile Flash isn't dead, it's just stopped development. I'll consider it dead when less than 10% of the Android devices in the world still have flash, and this won't happen until Jelly Bean is on more than 90% of Android devices which will only happen probably about 2/3 years from now. So until then, STFU and make the best of what we have...
5. vvelez5 (Posts: 623; Member since: 29 Jan 2011)
Flash is going away, my brother is a web developer and most of his clients want him to set up the pages with HTML5 and not Flash because they want their sites to work well with mobile phones.
6. Penny (Posts: 1387; Member since: 04 Feb 2011)
True that, our company is using HTML5 for all of our new stuff as well.
And if it is any indication, a lot of the template websites you can find nowadays are increasingly being built with HTML5 as well.