Porting a Flash website to non-Flash website
I have several customers with Flash user interfaces that they such as a fair bit. Yet these points do not work with several (most? ) smart phones. This is a 2 component inquiry:
If I get accessibility to the initial
.fladocuments, exists a means to mass export/compile Flash right into specific images with hotspots?
If I do not have accessibility to the initial
.flaexists a device to transform a
.swfright into a layout pleasant to webkit tools?
Comment: My anxiety is that I'll be entrusted either recreating the user interface totally or constructing something brand new. It would certainly behave to have some computerized alternatives in regards to making websites extra non-Flash readily available (perhaps HTML5? perhaps customized to WebKit? perhaps customized to various other mobile systems? ).
Remember, I enjoy Flash, not aiming to slam Flash, attempting to see alternatives for existing Flash web content.
Right currently it resembles CS5 can do the conversions from flash to HTML5 yet you would certainly require the flash documents and also it would certainly take some job still it seems like. Look into this write-up for extra, http://cs5.org/?p=3#more-3. I assume mosting likely to HTML5 is possibly your just actual selection as a result of capability.
Nonetheless, you are possibly mosting likely to need to wait a while for HTML5 to actually be totally sustain so you will certainly need to take care with what capability you are conforming. I called of right currently Chrome is the closest internet browser to having every one of the HTML% capacities and also it ratings a plain 221 out of 300 on http://html5test.com/.
I assume your best choice long-term will certainly be to entirely rebuild/recreate the user interface. I believe that any kind of automated or perhaps semi - computerized device for transforming flash components to something extra extensively obtainable will certainly leave you with whole lots and also great deals of cruft, and also make future upkeep harder and also time - consuming.
My pointer is to restore, and also probably make use of some existing flash components for the most intricate sections of the websites, while placing some type of loss back capability right into area for mobile browsers that do not sustain flash.