February 22, 2010 at 7:53pm by Jason Van Pelt
This is a ridiculous argument. I've written Flash apps for tablet PCs for years. You do lose the mouse over state - but that's not imperative for all flash apps, especially if you are designing FOR tablets. If anything it is a short-coming of tablets, not Flash. Are HTML hover states are any different?
Then there's multi-touch support for flash...
How can we not argue that this is a content-control issue on Apple's part? Flash isn't the answer to everything, but neither is Apple.
What a pile of tosh. I just used the new Foxtel App from Telstra on the iPhone and it has a form of hover control. I hate it, but that's not the point - it exists in multi-touch. I think I'll take Mike Chambers opinion on that when it comes to Flahs too; http://bit.ly/cXsH82
Do some Journalism 'Kit'.
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