Google released Chrome 88 today, permanently removing support for Adobe Flash Player and ending an Internet age.
Flash reached its official end of life (EoL) on December 31, 2020, when Adobe officially stopped supporting the software. On January 12, Adobe also began blocking the playback of content within Flash, as part of its final nail in the coffin.
Google isn’t alone in its move to remove Flash. The decision was made together with Adobe and other browser makers such as Apple, Mozilla and Microsoft in 2017. Apple and Mozilla also stopped supporting Flash and Microsoft is expected to end support by the end of the month.
Currently, according to the web technology survey site W3Techs, only 2.2% of today’s websites use Flash code, a number that has plummeted from the 28.5% recorded in early 2011.
Speaking at a conference in February 2018, Parisa Tabriz, Director of Engineering …
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