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Adobe Opens Up Flash Specifications

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Adobe has this morning announced the Open Screen Project. The Open Screen Project is actually open and is designed to push consistent rich Internet experiences across a plethora of devices and varying screens.

The Open Screen Project will address potential technology fragmentation by enabling the runtime technology to be updated seamlessly over the air on mobile devices. The consistent runtime environment is intended to provide optimal performance across a variety of operating systems and devices, and ultimately provide the best experience to consumers.

While they are making the specifications available, the official Flash Player will remain closed-source. These specifications, however, should be able to greatly help open-source projects like GNASH and swfdec.

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