Rest in Peace, Mobile Flash! HTML5 is the King Now
Adobe this week announced that they would cease developing Flash Player for mobile devices and start to pour resources into HTML5. They will keep working on Flash for PC though.
“We are super excited about the HTML 5 and next generation Flash.” declared folks from Adobe. They have been working on HTML 5 APP for a while and some cool apps are to hit markets in the future.
This is a striking contrast with their reaction three years ago when Apple’s chief Steve Jobs denounced Flash. They swore that they would develop a new Flash to support mobile devices within a year and even sued Apple for this. Ironically, there was always “next-year” in their announcement about Flash on mobile yet no actual release.
This reminds me of Silverlight and its owner Microsoft. They dropped this technology last year in a lot of products and have focused on HTML5 since then. Well done Microsoft!
Yahoo!, Microsoft, AOL Made an Agreement on Displaying Advertising
Three internet giants, Microsoft, Yahoo! and AOL announced an agreement which allows them to share their premium displaying advertising inventory with each others. This should give their customers a way to choose non-booked advertising space from a common inventory.
Facebook is the biggest player in displaying field, and it is also the obvious target of the agreement. For AOL and Yahoo!, displaying ads are their bread and butter. Moreover, displaying ads has been a very dramatically growing activity in the past couple years. But Yahoo! and AOL have not gained any ground in terms of market share. Good luck to the three catch-uppers!
SharePoint Calendar Rollup is to upgrade with better user experience
SharePoint Calendar Rollup has been a star since it hit the market. In order to add more steam to this cool product, our development team has been working on its upgrade for a while now. Just for your information, the new version will have a better user experience and other features. Stay tuned!
BoostSolutions Product Demos are Available
More than 10 of our product demos are available on our web site, and more demos are coming. They are available on their respective product pages under a new tab called “Demo”. If you prefer, you can also pay a visit to our Youtube Channel. We hope you can learn about our products through rich media like video. According to our marketing team, more introductions in rich media such as those are to be expected in the future.
SharePoint Workflow Boost is Coming with More Activities
SharePoint Workflow Boost is designed to provide an easy to use SharePoint Workflow Designer. With more than 20 build-in SharePoint activities, building workflow is not a struggle for SharePoint users any more. In order to push the boundaries further, our development team is working on adding more activities to SharePoint Workflow Boost.
SharePoint Password Change and Reset Pack Took Off
A month ago, we launched SharePoint Password Change and Reset Pack with 25% price off. In order to make this news known to more visitors, we have put a new banner on all product pages presenting packs.
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