Jobs’ predictions about the fate of Mobile Flash have come true. Adobe has stopped the development of the Flash Player plug for mobile devices. Having buried a mobile player, Adobe actually acknowledged its in a long-term dispute with Steve Jobs, who had claimed that Flash technology for mobile devices was out of place. HTML and… Continue reading Isn’t Mobile Flash dead yet?
Seems like the world is pushed towards HTML5. Apple has been amongst those trying so hard to get Web developers out of the Flash domination, and judging by the latest news of Adobe becoming HTML5-religious Apple’s anti-Flash campaign was successful. Becoming stronger and better polished HTML5 looks to supplant not only Flash but also press… Continue reading Will native mobile apps business become HTML5’s next victim?
Not so long ago we discussed that HTML5 will replace Silverlight in Windows8. And now new triumph of HTML5. Adobe decided to kill Flash for mobile and focus its attention on HTML5. Think most of you have heard about it as Adobe`s message triggered hot discussions on different techforums and in Ln. To my mind,… Continue reading Wanted: serial killer. Nickname: HTML5. Victims: Silverlight, Flash….What`s next?
The value of a lean start-up approach is that you are not heavily investing upfront in unnecessary/unneeded expenses. Your budget/funds should be allocated toward developing a prototype/product to test against a small/large group and see whether or not your target audience love it or hate it. This will give you a more accurate idea of… Continue reading “Fairy tales” about the lean startup
Past Monday introduction of another low-priced rival to the iPad won't keep anyone at Apple's California HQ up nights, analysts said. They state neither the Kindle Fire nor the Nook Tablet menace Apple's dominance of the tablet market. Let’s see what LI members think on this point. “If you are looking for the best e-reader… Continue reading People Say: Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which device would you buy?