Flash Player runs in Safari just fine in my experience--where did you hear that it doesn't?
Thank you for the reply.
the fighting bettween adobe and apple, isn't that over the flash player running on apple i-phone?
since flash is normally web apps, so I thought is something to do with apple browser (safari) with flash, so it affect apple devices/computer that run safari as well.
I don't use apple product at this stage, so I don't know much about apple platforms/products.
- Haris -
As far as I know Apple has only attempted to restrict the user of Flash on their mobile devices (iPhone, iTouch, iPad). I've not heard any rumblings about them trying to disable Flash on their desktops or laptops, and I think that would be an even tougher fight considering that Flash already works on Macs.
And if you really want to run on Apple mobile devices and you wrote it in Flash, there's always this: :-)
No idea how reliable it is. I'm guessing with more complex apps it starts to break down. But maybe not!
SmokeScreen is ActionScript 2 only last I checked. So, it doesn't support Flex [or much modern Flash Platform Development]
Homestar Runner launched in 2000; ActionScript 3 was introduced in 2006. It's not a surprise that the bulk of HomeStar runner content would be AS2.
And they didn't rush to port everything to AS3 the moment it came out!?
(I'm only in jest, of course)