Adobe Wallaby: Flash-to-HTML5 Converter

Date: March / 10 / 2011 + Comments: 1

Wallaby Flash-to-HTML5 Converter

Adobe has released a new, experimental Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool codenamed Wallaby.

Wallaby is an AIR app that lets devs and designers quickly and simply convert Flash Professional files, .FLA to HTML5, it’s a matter of dragging and dropping. The company is specifically hoping this tool will make it easier for designers and developers to get their content onto iOS devices like the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.

Wallaby supports elements, Action Script codes and resources within animations, not just the animations themselves.

:download: Download for free: labs.adobe.com/technologies/wallaby/

Wallaby is being released on Adobe Labs; Adobe is asking developers and designers to take it for a test drive, see how the HTML5 code looks, and give feedback accordingly.

Video of Adobe Wallaby

Here is a video presentation of Wallaby from MAX 2010:

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Post author: Daniel Semper

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  1. henry says:

    I don’t think Flash is the one that requires a lot of computing power, it’s the fact of decompressing and decoding a very complex data in real time called “Digital Video”, or you think HTML5 wont use the processor exhaustively to achieve a realtime HD video decoding ?, smoothly and leaving some computing for the another tasks ?, like Flash actually does it ?, yes its a lot of computing power, but for seeing a Full HD video (1920×180) at a 60fps, in full screen and my computer still alive for another tasks…Flash makes transparent the hardware calls implementation for the developers, with swf to html5 converter you will need to deal with conversion of flash to html5 players by rendering a lot of hardware engines, then multi-platform apps will be a true headache for the developers, the same problem than always: HTML hacks for each browser but with a more complex technology: HTML5

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