Re: [Discussion] Life after FlashPlayer
first sorry for my tone but I was a bit annoyed.
I've no concerns with showing alternatives or introducing other
Anyone of us has to take care of being up-to-date and always learning new
I noticed that you mentioned the browser in your article but what I still
criticize is that from my perception, you in principle speak about the death
of Flex (e.g. "Or how to deal with Flex death").
And this is just not the truth. If you are not depending on the browser,
Flex is still a valuable technology, as well as for existing projects or new
So in my opinion, "Flex" has to be replaced with "FlashPlayer" in this
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