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To a great extent, the decline of Adobe Flash is not the fault of the Flash technology itself, but because the known and unknown vulnerabilities of Adobe Flash Player are countless, very serious, and hard to prevent. As a consequence, in January 2016, this classic 2D animation authoring tool Adobe Flash Professional CC with 20 years of development history was officially renamed to Adobe Animate CC. At this point, the whole Internet formally started to weed Flash out (of course, the initiator is still Google Chrome).
After this brand-new upgrade (not just combine Adobe Flash Professional with Adobe Edge Animate), Adobe Animate CC came with lots of new features. On the one hand, it continues to support Flash SWF, AIR format of files; on the other hand, it began to natively support HTML5 canvas element and WebGL such as these safer video and animation formats. In addition, it also supports plugin extension in order to be compatible with almost any animation format including Snap.svg.
Again, in terms of output formats, Adobe Animate CC’s flexibility can ensure others to view your works anywhere, without any plug-ins required. This also provides the basic guarantee for web developers to produce audio, image, video or animation creations more adaptive to existing web applications.
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