While mobile sites are fast transitioning to advanced platforms like HTML5 and Adobe AIR, Adobe is halting itself the development of flash player on Android run devices. Going by the post on Adobe’s official blog, the company has decided to stop developing Adobe Flash Player for versions after the Android 4.0 OS smartphones.
This is the first article in “Logorial” column. Today, we are going to share how to design a colorful Go logo. In this article, we are not only share the tutorial step by step, but also the skills and inspiration from designer, and free download link.
HTML5 and other standards haven’t yet caught up to Flash Player, but Adobe thinks they can surpass it — and it’s working to make that happen. Also: What to do about the Retina display conundrum?
We have published the new video for Sothink Logo Maker Pro. This one shot video talks about what Logo Maker Pro can do in a simple way. We hope you like this video as well as the logo design software.
Great news to all Sothink Blog Readers! We are going to start up a new column “Logorial”. You are going to see how easily to get free logo template, design skills and inspiration at here. It is a must-go place for all graphic and logo designers.
Today, we are going to share an awesome Flash game making tool—Stancyl. It is a game creation engine that helps you make iOS and Flash games on Mac or PC; and it is easy to use with no advanced knowledge requirement for coding.
Mozilla and Adobe pointed fingers, but eventually fixed multiple crash bugs
During the past few years, flash games are widely applied to Facebook games due to its good interactive and stable running features. However, some people start to concern about its fate as Adobe claims to end Flash use in mobile device. Is Flash really out in Facebook game development? Surely the answer is a big NO! Plenty evidences show flash will not lose its dominant position in Facebook game development, at least for now.
Today, we are going to share some stats about rich internet application usage. The stats compare the market penetration and global usage of popular web browser plug-ins including Adobe Flash, Apple Quicktime, Microsoft Windows Media Player, Microsoft SilverLight and Java. You can check their usage trends in the past period of time via these stats.