Adobe is planning to end Flash once and for all, Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Safari have been blocking content over the past year for security reasons. After receiving many criticisms the company intends to wipe out this popular tool by the end of the year 2020, in addition it encourages content creators to migrate their creations to new formats.
The end of the Flash era is very close
Although its popularity has fallen a lot in recent years, there are still many users who depend on Flash for their day to day, among them we find the video game sector, education and online video sites. That is why the support will be maintained until the year 2020 with Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Mozilla. Microsoft plans to disable Flash by default in Edge and Internet Explorer during the second half of 2019 and its complete elimination in the year 2020. Mozilla will also continue to offer users the ability to use Flash until the end of 2020 as well as Apple with its Safari browser Which requires the approval of the user for each website that wants to install it.
So it can be said that 2 020 will be the end of the Flash era, many years ago we have other alternative formats such as HTML5 that have been implemented through most browsers and are an excellent alternative to the Adobe tool by Which dependence on it has been greatly reduced or even disappeared.