The future of flash and the future of Goalscape?
Flash seems to be no longer a 'state of the art' technologie.
Adobe is finally killing flash: https://gizmodo.com/adobe-is-finally-killing-flash-for-real-this-ti...
Chrome will completely remove flash: https://www.androidpolice.com/2017/07/25/chrome-will-completely-rem...
Adobe is telling people to stop using flash: https://www.theverge.com/2015/12/1/9827778/stop-using-flash
What are your thoughts about this situation and what about the future of the desktop version of Goalscape?
Discussions are closed to public comments.
If you need help with Goalscape please start a new discussion.
|?||Show this help|
|ESC||Blurs the current field|
|r||Focus the comment reply box|
|^ + ↩||Submit the comment|
You can use
Command ⌘ instead of
Control ^ on Mac
Support Staff 1 Posted by Richard Parslow on 30 Jul, 2018 10:39 AM
Thanks for your inquiry.
We are indeed moving away from dependence on Flash and the browser for the web application Goalscape Online, utilising HTML5 and other technologies for the codebase. This is of course a major undertaking and we cannot indicate any delivery date – watch out for announcements.
We are also working on a captive runtime implementation of the Goalscape Desktop standalone software that will make installation independent of the local Adobe AIR environment.
All the best