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Glossi Clarifications on Flash Player for Mobile Browsers, the Flash Platform, and the Future of Flash at Mike Chambers I have worked with Flash and been part of the Flash community for about 12 or 13 years (over 10 of those with Macromedia and Adobe). Over that time there have been a lot of ups and down, but I think that the past couple of days have been some of the most difficult of my career. I wanted to make a post which will hopefully clarify some of the news from the past couple of days, and provide some more context around what is going on. <!--more--> First, and foremost, a couple of days ago Adobe announced the following: We are focusing work around the Flash Platform on: Mobile Applications created with Adobe AIR. It is this last point which received the most attention, caused the most confusion, and essentially overshadowed all of the other information. So, please bear with me as this may up being a long post, but I want to talk about the why, as well as discuss what we see as the role of Flash on the web (especially in relation to HTML5). Just to be very clear on this. Adobe AIR Adobe Flex

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