Another Nail in the Coffin Flash: Google Will Only Accept Ads in HTML5

Flash is dying slowly and painfully few years ago. On Tuesday (9), the Google put another nail in the coffin of the plugin browser we love to hate: from June 30, advertisers can no longer register Flash banners in AdWords and DoubleClick platforms.
 
Google itself already offers tools that convert Flash banners for parts in HTML5, albeit with some limitations. The goal is simple: to allow advertisements to appear in the widest possible range of devices, including smartphones and tablets, which usually do not support Flash files.
From January 2, 2017, Google will stop displaying advertisements in Flash, except for video ads. The company recommends that advertisers update their HTML5 for parts before the changes take effect – to assist in the migration, you can use the AdWords Ad gallery that lets you create dynamic banners free of third-party plugins.
This is just another of Google ‘s efforts to help kill the plugin: in June 2015 , an update made ​​Chrome stop displaying most Flash content by default, especially the non -essential, such as banners and animations scattered around the page. The idea was toimprove the energy efficiency of the browser, which uses more processing than competitors.
Even Adobe is looking to get rid of the bad image technology: Flash Professional, used to create animations in the dying format, it was renamed Adobe Animate CC, focusing on open standards such as WebGL and HTML5. The web thanks.
 

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