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Flash vs HTML5

Discussion in 'Programming General' started by Dart, Jun 27, 2012.

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    Frame Rate: 60 FPS
    Stage Size: 500x400
    HTML5 Type: Canvas
    Flash Type: FP11 + Starling

    Stay tuned.
     
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    Lol, I use a Mac, so HTML5 always wins for me.
     
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    I hate flash..... Can't use flash on my ipod. HTML5 is much better anyhoo!
     
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    Can't watch flash movies on my iPhone 4, so basically, I stick with html5. And are you going to be comparing the two, such as, which one is better? Which is easier to learn? ETC
     
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    Here is the flash version. A new ball is created each frame, and is bounced until it reaches the left side of the screen. It requires flash player 11.

    http://images.alleypets.com/demo.html

    On my laptop, it runs almost perfectly at 60 frames per second. I don't know how it will work on mac.

    I will attempt to create a canvas version soon.

    This is a speed test, however I must say that flash is easier to learn than HTML5.
     
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    At least it runs at 60fps...

    2.7ghz processor, 512mb dedicated ram video card nvida something, 4gb of ram and 256gb ssd. it's insane how awful flash is for os x.
     
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    That's weird, memory is about 30% for me.

    I hate to admit it, but regular flash probably would have crashed your mac.

    The real purpose of this demo was to test Starling (an ActionScript 3.0 framework). A less extreme example (such as a regular game) would probably run fine on your computer.

    I am hard-pressed, however, to think about how canvas could run better.

    Note: This is my first time developing using starling.
     

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