Podcast 292: Goodbye to Flash, we’ll see you in Rust
As Adobe ends its support for Flash, we look back at its impact on gaming, graphics, and the web. And fear not, some kind folks have written a Flash emulator in Rust called Ruffle. Later, we discuss how to lay out your resume in order to get noticed and a Supreme Court case in the US that considers whether scraping data from public sites should be illegal.
Gone in a Flash. Actually it took quite a while. Adobe explains its decision to stop supporting Flash here.
You can learn more about Ruffle, the Flash emulator written in Rust, here.
Here are some tips on writing a developer resume from a hiring manager who’s written an entire book on the topic.
You can read more about the Supreme Court case considering the limits of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act here and here
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Flash was terrible all the time i try to install a new version on Firefox, it will keep telling me the latest flash does not support that firefox version, thank to HTML5 for the rescue.
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Episode Title is a missed opportunity to use “Rust in Peace”
“Our Lifeboat badge of the week goes to a user named simply 4386427, who answered the most basic and frustrating question: why does “printf” not work?”
PixiJS offers a familiar animation environment for Flash Actionscript developers, but no timeline-based visual authoring (that I know of).
Flash is dead? Tell that to EA that uses it as their front end in pretty much every game and is still hiring actionscript 2 developers as of December 2020.