It's a win for Apple Inc., which has famously banned Flash from working on the iPhone and the iPad. Adobe Systems Inc., though, says the about-face is about listening to what customers want.
In a blog post Wednesday, Adobe vice-president Danny Winokur said that the company will increase investment in HTML5. That's the latest version of the programming standard that websites are built on.
It was less than two months ago that Winokur told The Associated Press that Adobe was equally focused on both Flash and HTML5.
The news comes shortly after Adobe announced it would cut 100 jobs in Ottawa as part of a 750-employee layoff across Europe and North America.
- With files from OBJ Staff