Last autumn at the Adobe Max conference, news first floated of a tool which could help developers get around the wholesale ban Apple put on Flash for iOS.
This week, the company reveals that technology. Dubbed Wallaby, the experimental system converts Flash code that will not run on iOS into HTML code, which Apple is just fine with.
If Wallaby works, it could be a win for all parties. Adobe could finally get its platform on the iOS, Apple could settle the matter without having to give in to the technological and security shortcomings of Flash, and developers could avoid having to choose between one platform or the other.
But we shouldn't get too far ahead of ourselves. As Adobe noted, Wallaby is still very much an experimental Labs feature and it might be some time before the tool is ready for prime time.
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