Flash Player in browser era coming to an end? Could be it will happen in time no longer. This is because, the engineers at Google successfully developing HTML5 support in the web pages become more leverage.
In fact, Google’s new way to support HTML5 increasingly evident with the success of their running game Quake II without the help of the Flash Player at all!. Amazingly, the game Quake II, renowned as the games ‘heavy’ Google could run more than 30 frames per second (FPS).
“Embedding a web browser in support HTML5 capable of producing stunning achievement enough, and some of our engineers decided to take time about 20 percent to see how far we can push them. The result? Quake II can be played without a Flash, “said Google spokesman Chris Ramsdale, told TG Daily, Saturday (3/4/2010).
“We started from Jake2 develop it, and from the port of Quake II to Java. Google’s engineers are also using Google Web Toolkit along with WebGL, WebSock and many refactoring, “he added.
However, Ramsdale warned that the port may not be current or less than the maximum of a modern browser.
“It’s still early to take advantage of WebGL. So you will not be able to run without a browser bleeding edge, “he said.