Proof of Concept
**UPDATE: The below online versions are out of date. Either get the Chrome Web Store version, or play it here . Get it from the Chrome Web Store : Click here +Play online now (works best on Chrome) +Here’s a downloadable version .
Let’s face it. Those of us who consider ourselves to be adventurous frontend developers are pretty spoilt at the moment. Browsers are getting beefier and stocked full of all kinds of bells and whistles, and have new capabilities that most of us would never have imagined coming to the lowly browser a few years ago. Along with these new abilities, we have an audience who are more sophisticated and who expect and understand more complex or imaginative user interfaces.
As per this blog post from July , we have officially closed the advanced suite of Flash tools (previously located at advanced.aviary.com) in order to focus on our new company direction powering the photo experience in 3rd party apps. While we hoped that everyone would have taken the time to retrieve their files since our notice, we recognize that the message may not have been seen by everyone. Therefore, if you were not able to retrieve all of your files to date, please contact us at email@example.com from the email address associated with your account to help retrieve your files.
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