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  • using flash files

    Do you like the idea of using flash files on a business website? They seem to have pros and cons: many customers might find them appealing and stay on your site longer, but they can also make your site take longer to load.

  • #2
    I prefer not to use flash anymore. I much rather use some good javascript to do some fancy stuff.


    • #3
      There are some of software that enables us to take our flash animations and output them into html5.
      Swiffy: convert SWF files to HTML5 - The official Google Code blog
      How to convert Flash files into HTML5


      • #4
        Hi. Which software would be your recommendation then? From what I see, flash and Html5 aren't really that compatible.


        • #5
          At the moment Google Swiffy is the most promising of the two for more advanced Flash creations. This is because in addition to animations and graphics it can also convert Actionscript 2 and 3 into HTML5. Swiffy can convert Flash on the fly right in your browser and the conversion process is very fast - results often appear within seconds.