not that i know of. if you find one, let us know.
A couple of impressive examples:
Yes, but HTML5, mainly Canvas, is a bit too early to be the all-platform thing. I saw FWA winning websites made with the tools you described, and it didn't even work properly on my iPhone (actualy, for some of them, the content didn't work at all). And that's sad.
But I too hope there would be an all-platform coding langage that has this one advantage Flash kinda have now: when you see Flash, it's the same everywhere (if you see the flash).
It will be sad if we have lost the ability for small content creators to make stuff that can be seen universally.
I guess we would have Apple to thank for that. The computer for creative types destroys the major platform for delivering creativity...
on the other hand, i'm charging twice as much to create for web browsers and for iphone/ipad as i charge for web browsers only.
That's great for you. While I'm pretty good w/AS3, I'm too much of generalist to learn programming/authoring for iPad/iPod AND Droid.
I'd venture to guess that's beyond the reach of most of us.
This is a big opportunity for Google and Facebook, as I don't think any device manager could make their devices incompatible w/either of those websites.
We'll see if either recognizes it...