I suppose these are the hooks that Microsoft uses when a program crashes.
Henrik, I noticed that your subject has AIR native extension.
Are you of the opinion that AIR still has a long life ahead of it?
I ask because I like AS3 and would like to write some app's for delivery
The rumors of Flash dying are overblown. The Flash and AIR runtimes are
still great at what they do.
Apple pulled a stunt to shame Flash, but the truth is that they just
wanted to protect their appstore. They didn't want to kill Flash. They
wanted to kill Flash apps in the browser. They have
I just have to add, the rumors of Flash dying are overblown, is correct.
Flash isn't dying, its already dead. Doesn't matter how good the runtime is,
it's hardly used much anymore compared to what it used to be. Sorry, I don't
mean to be snarky, but I just don't agree with the Flash isn't dead
I never really used Flash much for the WWW. I build applications and Flash is
doing great for me. I have over a dozen apps in the iTunes store and 6 of them
are now going over to the Android store and dozens, upon dozens are available
Touchscreens for trade shows, corporate and
Well that's great it's going well for you. I personally don't see a lot of
Flash-based jobs out there anymore though. But great it's not dead to you. I do
Instructional Technology Architect II
Bank of America Global Learning
There may have been some merit in Apple's battery argument since greater
cpu activity, for Flash's vector format, might incur a greater energy cost.
Although Flash is having a hard time I was thinking more of using AIR,
which I think has more life left in it.
The thing is, I have no idea how
The problem here is developers not stating what runtime they use for
their apps. What can be done is checking existing apps for obvious signs
of the runtime. Shouldn't take long for someone to crawl the appstore
and check all the apps for the fingerprint of the runtime.
John McCormack skriver:
I still get banner jobs believe it or not. Working on one currently. But has
become a lot more sparse then before the S. Jobs bandwagon started rolling.
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On Sep 5, 2014, at 2:16 PM, Merrill, Jason
Well that's great
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