I like both Adobe (Lightroom rocks!) and Apple (iPad rocks!), but
I’ve been asked over and over again what I think about Apple’s new 3.3.1 policy. You know, the one
that basically bans cross-platform development frameworks. And,
in particular, basically nails the Flash coffin shut on
iPhone/iPod/iPad. So, what do I think?
I love it.
And I’m surprised more developers, end users, business leaders,
and general web standards lovers everywhere aren’t posting about
how great this is.
It’s good for end users.
The App Store already has a signal-to-noise problem. With
hundreds of thousands of apps, finding the good stuff is tough.
Bear in mind that every single one of those Apps was built by
someone intentionally designing for these devices – and we’ve
still got plenty of …[Read more]