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Google will replace Flash with HTML in Chrome

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Google will replace Flash with HTML in Chrome

Is there are anyone who loves Adobe Flash in 2016? Even Adobe itself tells people to stop using Flash, so the real question is why still developers use Adobe Flash. Okay, I know h0w programming works, but Adobe Flash is not going anywhere.

Google has a new proposal in which they plan to make Adobe Flash disabled by default in Chrome. However, you will still be able to run Flash Content on Chrome. For example, when you want to open a content that is Flash based, then you will be asked to enable the Flash for that content. It means most of the time ( or always if you do not use Flash content ), Adobe Flash will stay disabled in Chrome and HTML5 will run.

Right now, it is just a proposal, so we do not know if Google will disable the Flash in chrome or not, but I think they should.

Source – TheNextWeb

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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