One Millionth Tower documentary showcases the art of HTML5
0. phoneArena 14 Nov 2011, 02:50 posted on
After Adobe announced its quitting the development of Flash for mobile browsers, all eyes turned to HTML5 as the ubiquitous future web standard. We’ve taken a first look at the possibilities…
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1. AppleConspiracy (Posts: 627; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
PA you're trying to squeeze out last drops of juicy Adobe-ditching-Flash theme with some weakly connected video just to have an excuse for another provocation for purposes of flaming and accumulating hype.
2. android_hitman (Posts: 591; Member since: 07 Jul 2010)
nice try but it\'s no way better than flash not even close. HTML5 is crappy in graphics. if you search the internet about HTML5 games, you will laugh. they have such poor graphics that you think you are in 1997. Too bad Adobe ditched Flash for mobile.
3. AppleConspiracy (Posts: 627; Member since: 18 Oct 2011)
Agree. Numerous web studios showed us exceptionaly advanced 3D and video projects based on Flash more than ten years ago, that were far more better than HTML5 can nowadays do.
We are actually degrading the content experience in IT world because of rapidly increasing mobile demands: we are again measuring frame rate on 3D games that look like 1998 PC game, and we are now omitting wonderful Flash experience just to replace it with HTML5.
I mean, what is wrong with Flash and HTML5 being competitive technologies? Why must there be only one? Or is it obvious that someone wanted to get rid of Flash for good because it was an inconvenience in road to success? Why not let the designers and programmers decide, instead of Steve Jobs...
4. android_hitman (Posts: 591; Member since: 07 Jul 2010)
it can be only one :) Steve Jobs says that! and we all must comply, it\\\'s the i_Sh_eep code. (OMG i had to write it like that because the word is banned on this boards.) This site starts to be as restricted as Apple software