GSK has 100k employees and uses eLearning for many things--they no longer use flash--just html5.
less-flash 5/10/13 6:24AM
is there a comparison of usage vs. html5? i.e., are plug-ins slowly slipping in usage as a result of html5's dynamic rendering capability?
html5-stats? 5/10/13 6:22AM
Silverlight its the best
MVVM 6/29/12 1:46AM
Due to increase in HTML5 and CSS3 browser support. All this is going to be thing of past.
expressions 9/10/11 3:11AM
Its good to see the Silverlight market penetration increasing.
From the developer point of view, Silverlight has a far superior programming model. The model is very logical and straigh forward.
Developing in Silverlight is beautifully straight forward and the results (of relatively little effort) are amazing.
Developer 7/24/11 12:38PM
At the current rate of growth, Silverlight will be around 70% by the end of this year.
Unless the trend changes, Silverlight will be around 80% by end of 2012. But I don't think it will lever get over 90%. It might get over 90% only if Moonlight releases a version that is as fast & robust as Silverlight 4.
Flash is an old design. Silverlight is better designed but is practically Windows-only. Apple wants native apps written in Objective C++. Google wants Java apps on Android. HTML5 won't be finalized for years. IE9 only supports about 60% of HTML5 draft specs today and won't even install on Windows XP. It isn't easy choosing which platforms to use right now.
Salvor 3/10/11 8:28AM
I would also be very interested in what versions of the Acrobat Reader we use on the net. Is there one dominant version that your documents should always be compatible with?
fristedt 12/30/10 4:28AM
What about Acrobat Reader?
webXL 12/10/10 12:12PM
Trend is that Flash will reign, but Silverlight will surpass Quicktime and Media player by the end of the year (and be on two out of every three computers).
batpox 10/4/10 10:44AM
In addition to showing plug-in data, it would be very useful to know the percentage of internet video traffic viewed for each plug-in.
I.e.: a breakdown of how many viewed videos were in flash format vs. window media player vs. quicktime vs. real player, etc.