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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Many rock stars have hailed in their songs that Rock & Roll will never die, but the same may not be true for the ubiquitous  interactive technology we know as Flash.  We spent all this time adopting it, and now it is over.

It's painful, I know.  I am the biggest fan of the technology.  I love to think back at what is used to mean to me in terms of the endless possibilities.  And the truth of the matter is that the Flash technology itself IS "all that, and a bag of chips."   The problem is that is no longer fits within the political and technological landscape of the future of the internet.  HTML5, developed as a product of the "open source" movement, looks down upon the third-party plug-in concept.  Wether HTML 5 will be the ultimate replacement to flash is still very much open to debate.  More than likely data base fed content management systems such as Joomla and Dupral, will fill a large portion of this gap, and much of the rest will continue to use the custom Javascript model.  Back in its day, Flash fought a tough fight to earn its place as the champion of interactive web applications.  Developers spend endless amounts of time and energy

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