Logo 5

Monday, September 12, 2011

Finally iPad and iPhone Adobe Flash support

/ On : 2:04 AM/
ShoutBloger: After being shut out of Adobe Flash technology, the end devices like the Apple iPhone and iPad can now play videos that run on Adobe Flash.

Adobe has admitted that his company announced support for Apple devices serve with HTML5 standard video from Adobe Flash Media Server products.

The new version of the Adobe Flash Media Server which now can provide Flash technology for the iPhone and iPad device, Adobe said in his statement, quoted by Apple Insider on Monday September 12, 2011.

Indeed, Apple has not fully opened its doors in support of Adobe Flash technology, because in fact Adobe will only add the ability for Flash to Flash Media Server in HTML5 standards-based video service in addition to Flash video.

With Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5, media publishers now have a single, simple workflow to provide Flash-based content for Apple products 'iPhone and iPad', he said.

Adobe Flash Player has since created a mobile for other platforms, including Android, but it continues to deliver the same performance, security and battery problems like the desktop version. Fortunately, the majority of Flash content and web video just like Jobs is recognized and a half years ago, most are now available through an open standard alternative.

As we all know, Apple's CEO has long refused to provide support for Flash on the device. According to Jobs, Adobe does not comply with regulations made for Flash using Apple's programming language.

Jobs is said to back the quality is everything. The reason, they want to continue to maintain the quality of the device has. Jobs even pointed to replace Flash, as a service platform with a closed and exclusive.


Related Posts by Categories:



Popular Posts Today