Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Flash Lite takes on Java and C++

Flash Lite adoption is growing at a very rapid rate. It is most probably because it is so easy to code for and there are so many Flash designers/developers out there today that have now found a new media outlet - mobile phone users.
So watch out Symbian (C++) and Java Micro Edition (JavaME,J2ME) you have a new contender in the arena.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Bluestreak Technology is now offering a version of it's MachBlue presentatio engine that runs on top of J2ME JVM's and is capable of rendering Flash 7 content. This means it's no longer an "either or" situation between Flash and Java.