Developer's Thoughts On Adobe Edge
Flash has been present on websites for a long time, but it is threatened for the past few years from HTML5 that can replace it. Adobe is doing its best to keep Flash going, but with the recent release of Edge they apparently changed the strategy. Will the Flash animations gradually be replaced by HTML5? Web developer and writer Rick Curran wrote an article to clear things out.
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Rick Curran's thoughts on Adobe Edge

Rick Curran's thoughts on Adobe are very optimistic and come with a great use case to show the advantages and disadvantages of the Adobe Edge. "Having previously done a little comparison between the output contents and file size of their previously released Wallaby 'Flash to HTML5' conversion tool and that of Flash itself then I thought it would be good to do the same thing for Edge." But will this just a tool for Flash-ers or true HTML Based creation? "It's hard to say at this point how these tools will be used, a big area will surely be a replacement for Flash-based interactive / animated advertising, again file size is very important here as Flash banner ads often have a maximum payload for ad networks of about 40kb, so Edge is not competitive here."

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