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Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
Flex vs HTML5
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Flex vs HTML5

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a brief comparison on Adobe Flex vs HTML5

a brief comparison on Adobe Flex vs HTML5

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  • 1. Adobe Flex vs. HTML 5
  • 2. Adobe Flex
  • 3. Fast prototyping / development Rich components are readily available Inbuilt functions like sorting, displaying of data and searching are provided Platform-independent Developed applications can be easily deployed and run on any client Browser compatibility Design is dependent on Flash player itself and not by any browser Testing for design and functions made easier Animations Better user interaction and transitions Rich components Rich content components are available, no need for 3rd party plug-ins / tools
  • 4. HTML 5
  • 5. Nuts & Bolts New Selectors, Custom data-* attributes, Element.classList Offline / Storage Web Storage, Web SQL Database, IndexedDB, Application Cache Real-time / Communication Web Workers, Web Socket, Notifications File / Hardware Access Native Drag & Drop, Desktop Drag-In (File API), Desktop Drag-Out, Geo-location, Device Orientation, Speech Input Semantics & Markup Better semantic tags, Markup for applications, Descriptive link relations, Micro-data, ARIA attributes, New form types (+mobile) Graphics / Multimedia Audio + Video, Canvas 2D, Canvas 3D, Inline SVG
  • 6. Web Storage • All entered data is saved on local storage • Prevent unexpected loss of data • Restore once browser re-opens
  • 7. Application Cache • Configurable to only reload updated content
  • 8. Web Workers • Asynchronous processing of javascript with event handling
  • 9. Web Socket • Full-duplex, bi-directional communication over the web. Both the server and client can send data at any time or even at the same time • Sends without overhead of http headers
  • 10. Notifications • Sends requests to RESTful applications and parses result into a notification box
  • 11. Native Drag & Drop • Able to select any portion of text, image into droppable area
  • 12. Desktop Drag-in (File API) • Advanced file API for filtering and manipulating files dragged-in
  • 13. Desktop Drag-out • Files can be instantly downloadable to desktop upon drag-out
  • 14. Better semantic tags • Better semantic tags to segment and format paragraphs and text
  • 15. Markup for Applications • Additional tags for data, progress bar, etc.
  • 16. ARIA Attributes • More rich components for HTML Alert ContentInfo Link Menubar Radio Tab AlertDialog Definition Listbox MenuItem Radiogroup TabPanel Application Dialog List MenuItemCheckbox Region Textbox Article Directory ListItem MenuItemRadio Row Timer Banner Document Log Navigation Search Toolbar Button Grid Main Note Separator Tooltip Checkbox Gridcell Marquee Option Slider Tree Combobox Group Math Presentation SpinButton TreeGrid Complementary Image Menu ProgressBar Status TreeItem
  • 17. New Form Types (+mobile) • More types of input fields • In-built HTML field validations
  • 18. Audio + Video • Audio & Video HTML tags to replace flash
  • 19. Canvas 2D • Drawing made simple with javascript
  • 20. HTML 5Adobe Flex Browser independent Browser Browser dependent Fast prototyping, Rebuild for code, Poor integration with html Development Instant code reflection Pre-defined Nested Components problem Design CSS 3 Rich content components Poor rich text editor, No datagrid paging Components jQuery tools Minimal coding for UI Ease of use A bit more coding needed, but more flexible Errors are not helpful or non- existent Debugging Varies Compiled source, not easily readable Security Readable source prone to attacks if not secured

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