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According to the android community Adobe has confirmed its plans to release the Flash for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich by the end of 2011. This update will be the last supported version of Flash Player for Android.

Adobe will release one more version of the Flash Player for mobile browsing, which will provide support for Android 4.0, and one more release of the Flash Linux Porting Kit - both expected to be released before the end of this year.

That will be good news for Samsung Galaxy Nexus owners who currently do not have Flash installed on their new phones
BumBum 24 november 2011, 22:12

I faced the necessity to introduce a sip phone to the browser. On the internet mostly is the information on the basis of red5 + red5phone, but it seemed a bit of crocky and insufficiently reliable. Let us just say I was not satisfied with the time correlation of deployment and the required hardware resources to a level of quality, support, and ranging, also it is problematic for integration in a web project.
A little more searching I found this one project on the internet. It makes essentially the same as red5, but it is written in python and it has a flexible web interface.
In fact, the web-based interface is a small application on the flash, which is controlled by JavaScript or other programming language by calling the built-in functions of applications and processing of events. It has the ability to be integrated in other flash applications.
Tags: Flash, python, rtmp, sip
Pirat 7 september 2011, 10:24