Future of BD after Flash


#1

Now that Flash is about to Die will BD migrate to HTML5?Or still stick with flash?


Transfer from Flash to HTML5
#2

That’s so far ahead in the future though :no_mouth::no_mouth:


#3

only 3 more years till flash is dead.


#4

Nothing to worry about…at this tempo, bd gonna die before flash does :smiley:
Jk, props to Alex and his team of multipersonalites for their hard work improving the game and adapting it to the cruel world that just keep on changin. Also, I would like to thank my family, my friends, neighbors and all of my fans out there. You dont know how much you mean to me. I would have never gotten this far without you all. So this reward that I am holding in my hands in front of you all tonight, this one is for all of you! All of you that have been supporting me thru all these years.
Thank you! Dog bless you and Dog bless America!


#5

Yeah Adobe itself claimed it to be dead in 3 years , more like it will Kill flash with his own hands

Adobe Flash Will Be Dead in 3 Years, and It’s About Time
Lisa Eadicicco
Jul 26, 2017

Adobe is finally killing off its Flash plugin, the company announced in a blog post on Tuesday.

The firm will stop updating and distributing the technology at the end of 2020. Until then, Adobe says it’s “fully committed” to working with partners like Apple, Mozilla, Google and Microsoft to ensure Flash remains secure and compatible with all existing content. The company is encouraging businesses that use Flash to begin migrating their websites to other platforms.

Adobe Flash was pivotal in enabling early websites to run videos and online games. But as the web has evolved, and as standards such as HTML5 have become standard across most modern websites, there’s little need for it. Perhaps Flash’s most vocal adversary was the late Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs, who publicly explained in 2010 why he chose not to add support for the plugin to Apple’s mobile devices.

Adobe’s decision isn’t surprising, especially since major web browsers have already begun moving away from Flash. The version of Safari in macOS 10 has Flash turned off by default. Earlier this year Google began disabling Flash in Chrome, requiring that individual websites prompt users to run it on a site-by-site basis. Microsoft also made a similar announcement about its Edge browser toward the end of last year.

The death of Flash has been a long time coming, and the full migration to HTML5 will likely result in more secure experiences and longer battery life. Just last April, Adobe had to issue a security update to Flash to address a critical vulnerability that left users susceptible to ransomware.

Jobs sums it up best in his open letter on Flash: “Flash was created during the PC era – for PCs and mice,” he wrote. “But the mobile era is about low power devices, touch interfaces and open web standards – all areas where Flash falls short.”


#6

Same with SM, it should “migrate” to HTML 5 too… Oh wait, the update killed the game :joy: :joy: these are tears of pain and internal screaming :joy:


#7

:x::joy::joy::clap::ok_hand::100::100:


#8


#9

SM already has an android app so u can play it on mobile or on PC through android emulators even if there is no Flash.


#10

Oh yes, that’s a way :grinning: :stuck_out_tongue:


#11

It’ll migrate. The full decision on to what exactly hasn’t been decided though. There are a few options available. Deciding which is the best is another thing.


#12

Most importantly will @Alexander quit as an admin when it does so that we can finally play with him? These are the things we should really be asking.