Adobe launches the Flash Curtain from 2020 onwards, stopping its distribution and support with updates.
Most internet giants have begun to abandon Adobe Flash for HTML5, and Adobe itself recommends that everyone stop using Flash and choose other solutions such as HTML5, WebGL and the Web Assembly. In their latest version, Adobe believes they are credible and mature solutions to replace Flash in order to meet interactive Web needs.
Consequences of stopping Flash support will be in gaming, online video viewing, and some educational applications. Adobe recommends that all creators start the process of moving to the new platforms before they reach December 31, 2020.
Microsoft, for its part, notes that it will gradually stop supporting Adobe Flash on its online products, while Windows 10 Creators Update and then Flash on Edge will be able to run only on a command of the user.
By the end of 2017 and 2018, Microsoft browsers will request the user permission to run Flash content on a site.
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