Keep Adobe Flash Off My Phone

Ars Technica: Adobe throws in towel, adopts HTTP Live Streaming for iOS
I used Flash as a tool to create great interactive experiences for clients for many years and it’s still superior to HTML5 & Javascript for creating said experiences, but i have yet to read an article that has convinced me that having Flash on my iPhone or iPad is a good idea.
Seems Flash and portable computing weren’t meant to be.
I’m sorry Adobe, but you and Flash don’t own online video. I’m glad you’re coming to realize this.

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