Flash is a platform that authorizes animation, vector graphic and the use of Rich Internet Application (RIA) use in a project that can be eventually played using the Flash Player.
It was developed and released originally by Macromedia and was referred to as Macromedia Flash. The name changed when Adobe acquired the rights to Macromedia software including Flash. The change of name and transfer of rights transpired in 2005. Since then several versions of Flash has been released to introduce different technologies.
This platform is usually used to incorporate videos and audios to make advertisement or games interactive. The multimedia content manipulated used with Flash can be published onto the Web. The use of vector graphics is done to infuse texts and images. Videos and audios created using this platform can be streamed on-line or offline using a regular computer. The application itself can also work using other applications, programming languages and scripting languages.
The files created using Adobe Flash can also be imported and viewed using any external devices such as smart phones, tablets, or laptops. The software also provides tutorials and technical support for first time users .
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