If you are a webmaster or flash developer, you’d probably be worried with so many iOS devices that can’t support flash. Naturally, you’d feel stuck, but with Google’s Swiffy, you can convert Flash SWF Files to HTML 5 to help you reach a wider audience.
Swiffy output files works straight with HTML 5, removing the need to install plugins in order to play the content. Just load the SWF file, and simply save it as an HTML file. The conversion process uses SVG features that currently load on Webkit-based browsers only such as Google Chrome and Safari.
You can also preview the file on your mobile device right after loading the SWF file. The preview is saved for 15 minutes, which you can then implement in your website if you feel the final conversion is good enough.
Swiffy is currently under Google labs, certainly making it a welcome addition to developers who work with flash content.
- Converts Flash SWF to HTML 5.
- Reuse flash content and display for mobile devices.
- Web-based app; preview content online available for 15 minutes.
- Save preview as HTML file and implement to website.
Check out Swiffy @ http://swiffy.googlelabs.com