Adobe flashes Mozilla
Subject: General Tech | November 7, 2006 - 03:14 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Firefox continues to grow, first working directly with Microsoft on Vista compatibility, and now Adobe has handed them the keys to ActionScript. Read more at Slashdot, about what this means for Firefox in the near future.
"Adobe and the Mozilla Foundation today announced that Adobe has contributed source code for the ActionScript Virtual
Machine, the powerful standards-based scripting language engine in Adobe Flash Player, to the Mozilla Foundation. Mozilla
will host a new open source project, called Tamarin, to accelerate the development of this standards-based approach for
creating rich and engaging Web applications. This is a major milestone in bringing together the broader HTML and Flash
development communities around a common language, and empowering the creation of even more innovative applications in the
Web 2.0 world."
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