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2011-11-14
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Easypano's Direction | Adobe Flash

With the latest news of Adobe killing Flash, what are the future plans of easypano and the Tourweaver | Panoweaver output formats?

While html5 is supported will you bring it to the forefront and match that of your competitors?

Thanks,

 


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Seems to me they are only talking about mobile platforms. 'Adobe killing flash' seems a bit exaggerated.


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Yes, Vilmer is right. While everyone (except me) loves html5, what Adobe is going to propose is packaging flash apps as native mobile applications as well as output to html5.
It means - EP no longer will have to create separate html5 tour engine - it will be Adobe's headache ;-)

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Madmux
My Tourweaver components: http://www.optitecha.lt/categories/3
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Thank for your suggestion.

We always pay close attention to the news and trend of virtual tours industry .

We are trying to make our HTML5 tour as powerful as flash tour

Any suggestions are appreciated !

Best regard

Cheer


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Kinda looks to me like their killing flash ?

Anyone here using Edge or tried it?
I just downloaded it but will have to spend the next few days reading how to use it ; )