|Forum: Flash and Shockwave|
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|1:|| Flash: The Pros, The Cons, and The Solutions.|
For our fresh new Flash forum.
|July 17, 2004|
|2:|| Flash and Shockwave: Sorting Out the Differences|
"Some get confused between Macromedia Flash and Macromedia Shockwave."
|July 31, 2004|
|3:|| How Flash affected my site|
"Well, after a long debate we decided to add some flash to our site this year.... For anyone who is thinking about adding flash to their sites...
|Mar 9, 2006|
|4:|| Flash Goes Open-Source||Nov 7, 2006|
|5:|| Adobe Player Frees Viewers to Watch Video Offline|
"Adobe Systems Inc. unveiled on Sunday video-player software that lets consumers play back video online or offline, a move that could help reshape an acrimonious debate over video-sharing."
|Apr 16, 2007|
|6:|| Adobe to Open Source Flex|
"Developers can use the Flex SDK to freely develop and deploy Flex applications using either Adobe Flex Builder or an IDE of their choice."
|Apr 26, 2007|
|7:|| Flash Web Video in High Definition|
"Today Adobe, the San Jose software maker, will announce that it is integrating a standard format for high definition video into the newest version of its immensely popular Flash video player."
|Aug 21, 2007|
|8:|| Web Developers, Fix your Insecure Flash|
Warnings about the insecurity of online Flash multimedia created with all but the most recent authoring tools have largely fallen upon deaf ears..."
|Mar 30, 2008|
|9:|| Flash Player Exploit discovered - initial confusion begins to clear|
Adobe: "This exploit does NOT appear to include a new, unpatched vulnerability as has been reported elsewhere, customers with Flash Player 22.214.171.124 should not be vulnerable to this exploit."
|May 28, 2008|
|10:|| Flash Content to be More Visible to Search Engines|
"Adobe is providing optimized Adobe Flash Player technology to Google and Yahoo! to enhance search engine indexing of the Flash file format (SWF) and uncover information that is currently undiscoverable by search engines." - Adobe Press Release
|July 1, 2008|
|11:|| Search Optimization Techniques for Rich Internet Applications|
"Oh, by the way, does the site work with search engines?"
|Mar 21, 2009|
|12:|| Adobe's Flash Multimedia Platform Comes To Net Connected TVs|
"The company will on Monday announce its latest version of its Flash multimedia platform that will essentially put its technology in Internet connected TVs, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players, and other digital home devices."
|Apr 20, 2009|
|13:|| Flash To Go To Smartphones|
"The new software is intended to work as well on a smartphone as a desktop PC."
|Oct 5, 2009|
|14:|| Critical Security Update For Adobe Flash Player To 10.1.53.64. |
"Adobe recommends all users of Adobe Flash Player 10.0.45.2 and earlier versions upgrade to the newest version 10.1.53.64 by downloading it from the Adobe Flash Player Download Center or by using the auto-update mechanism within the product when prompted."
|June 14, 2010|
|15:|| Adobe Announces Flash Player 10.2 For Windows, Mac and Linux|
Today, we're launching Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. We're especially excited that this release introduces Stage Video, a full hardware accelerated video pipeline for best-in-class, beautiful video across platforms and browsers.
|Feb 9, 2011|
|16:|| Adobe Experiments With 'Wallaby', Flash Into HTML 5 Software|
Adobe is fighting Apple's blockade of Flash technology on iOS devices with an experimental software called Wallaby that can convert Flash files into HTML5.[br][br]Wallaby, a cross-platform AIR app demoed in October, is now available to download on Adobe's Labs pages, as a technology preview for PC and Mac developers.
|Mar 8, 2011|
|17:|| Adobe Flash Coming To Apple iOS, iPads and iPhones|
With Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5, media publishers now have a single, simple workflow for delivering content using the same stream to Flash-enabled devices or to the Apple iPhone and iPad.
|Sept 10, 2011|
|18:|| Adobe Flash Critical Vulnerability for Windows, Mac, and Linux|
This new exploit was reported only on 10 July, so don't get it confused with the patch released on 8 July.
|July 13, 2015|
|19:|| Chrome will start automatically pausing less important Flash content|
Could this be the beginning of the end of Flash-based ads?
|Aug 28, 2015|
|20:|| Adobe to Kill Off Flash Professional|
Adobe says it will kill off Flash Professional and support Flash within "Adobe Animate CC" which is more focussed towards HTML5.
|Dec 3, 2015|
|21:|| Facebook Officially Replaces Adobe Flash With HTML5 For Videos|
Facebook officially moves away from Flash to HTML5.
|Dec 21, 2015|
|22:|| Mozilla will block Flash in Firefox starting next month |
This marks is the beginning of the end of Flash in Firefox
|July 21, 2016|
|23:|| Chrome 53 Browser Will Block Background Flash Content|
Chrome is helping kill off Flash in coming updates.
|Aug 10, 2016|
|24:|| It's official: Adobe to kill Flash Player, end support by 2020|
It's official, Adobe to end support for Flash.
|July 26, 2017|