Benchmarks run by Spaceport.io show that HTML5 runs “six to ten times slower” on smartphones than on “a modern laptop” — in this case, a MacBook Pro with an Intel Core i7 processor. “Repeated tests, using a variety of animation techniques, show that while modern iOS and Android smartphones can handle simple HTML5 games like blackjack and Scrabble, complex games and applications are much further down the road,” says Spaceport.
In today’s “Flash Tool of the Week”, we are going to share a functional Flash software—SWF Decompiler. Like the name mentioned, the software is capable of decompiling, debugging, checking and viewing SWF & ActionScript structure.
We are happy to announce that SWF Decompiler is updated to the new version –7.0!
SWF Decompiler 7.0 not only succeeds the functions in the previous version, but also adds brand new features:
With HTML5 overwhelmingly coming, your Flash movies face a big challenge. How to convert your Flash to HTML5 and make animation play on the diverse mobile devices including iPhone & iPAD?
From version 6.2, new Sothink SWF Deccompiler starts converting Flash to HTML5 with web contents and animation remained, and you can directly insert the exported HTML code to webpage and play movie smoothly on main-stream browsers. Another important feature is that Flash decompiler can be used as Flash editing tool to replace resource files, such as text, image, shape and sound, and generate a brand-new Flash movie.
Let’s experience so attractive features added to new Sothink SWF Decompiler!
Convert Flash to HTML5
In Sothink SWF Decompiler, Flash to HTML5 conversion is so easy, which is much more like exporting resource. This feature helps you
- Export shape, font and text from Flash to SVG format.
- Convert Flash sprite to HTML5. (Mask, Morph Shape and ActionScript are not supported yet)
- Insert the exported HTML code to webpage and play animation without any plug-in installed.