"It would be more metaphorically accurate to say Adobe just hammered the 20th nail into Flash's coffin, but it'll take another 10 or so before we can really call it dead. This is just the latest development in a years-long shift to build Flash capabilities, like animated graphics, premium video and refined typography, directly into Web browsers.The death of Adobe's Flash is lingering, not sudden - CNET
There are lots of good reasons to get rid of Flash. Browser makers say it's a top sore spot for security, performance and shorter battery life. No matter how eager you may be, though, transitions away from technology as widely used as Flash take years to achieve."
Thursday, December 03, 2015
The death of Adobe's Flash is lingering, not sudden - CNET
From a Flash market dynamics reality check