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Migrating Flash to HTML5

Migrating Flash to HTML5In 2015, YouTube replaced Adobe Flash Player with HTML5 as its default web video player. Facebook also announced its plan to switch from Flash to HTML5 for all its web video interfaces.  With large online video sharing platforms moving migrating from Flash to HTML5, many analysts considered Flash was on a ventilator. In 2017, Adobe announced its plan to stop supporting and updating Flash Player after 2020. Major web browsers will stop supporting Flash Player in phases. Continue reading Migrating Flash to HTML5

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Migrating from ColdFusion to ASP.NET

Migrating from ColdFusion to ASP.NetBoth ColdFusion and ASP.NET are robust and widely used framework technologies. ColdFusion is currently being supported by Adobe, whereas ASP.NET is being developed and maintained by Microsoft. The usage statistics posted on various websites depict that a large percentage of web developers prefer ASP.NET to ColdFusion. At present, Adobe ColdFusion is being used by 220,149 live websites, whereas ASP.NET is being used by 39,879,138 live websites. However, you should not consider migrating from ColdFusion to ASP.NET just because of its popularity and market share. Continue reading Migrating from ColdFusion to ASP.NET

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