This is not to say that Adobe will be replacing Flash with Edge, but rather they were designed to complement each other, performing duties which the other can’t, for example bringing a similar Flash-like experience to iOS devices in HTML5 form instead.
Adobe Edge is free for now during its public preview stage, and it will focus on its core animation engine. In the future it plans to add more HTML5 features including Canvas support, support for HTML5 Audio and Video tags, richer support for animating SVG graphics and more.
It also aims to be compatible with the more popular browsers such as the ones found on Android, iOS, HP’s webOS, BlackBerry PlayBook, Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer 9.
- 2014-04-08: Adobe Lightroom Mobile For iPad
- 2014-01-23: Photoshop Express For Android Announced
- 2014-01-17: Adobe Lightroom For iPad Could Be Announced Soon
- 2014-01-16: Adobe Introduces 3D Printing Capabilities In Photoshop
- 2013-11-20: Adobe Opens Up Photoshop Photography Program For Everyone
- 2011-07-15: Pandora website drops Flash and picks up HTML5
- 2011-07-13: Adobe and Sony work to deliver special Android apps for new Sony tablets
- 2011-04-13: Updated Adobe Flash Media server streams to iOS
- 2011-03-08: Adobe Wallaby: Flash-to-HTML 5 converter
- 2010-03-30: Could Google Bundle Flash With Its Chrome Browser?