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Google Swiffy. As part of our transition of display ads to HTML5. the Swiffy Flash conversion tool is no longer available.

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We will continue to serve the Swiffy runtimes, so any files you have already converted will continue to play. Today more consumers are using the web in HTML5 compatible environments than Flash-compatible environments. In order to reach as large an audience as possible, we encourage everyone to transition to HTML5 authoring. Developers who currently create Flash SWF files have several ways to switch to HTML5 including Adobe Animate and Google Web Designer. If you need to play an existing Flash SWF file in your browser alone, you might be able to use Mozilla’s Shumway. Examples. Enjoy these sample visualizations built with Protovis.


For any example, use your browser to view the source or the backing dataset. Protovis is no longer under active development.The final release of Protovis was v3.3.1 (4.7 MB). The Protovis team is now developing a new visualization library, D3.js, with improved support for animation and interaction. D3 builds on many of the concepts in Protovis; for more details, please read the introduction and browse the examples. Conventional. SuperCollider. This article is about the programming language. For other uses, see Supercollider. SuperCollider is an environment and programming language originally released in 1996 by James McCartney for real-time audio synthesis and algorithmic composition.[2][3] Since then it has been evolving into a system used and further developed by both scientists and artists working with sound.

It is an efficient and expressive dynamic programming language providing a framework for acoustic research, algorithmic music, and interactive programming.[4] Released under the terms of the GNU General Public License in 2002, SuperCollider is free software. Max. CoffeeScript. Music can be fun - Edan Kwan. Data Visualization.