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All this is purely for the sake of Flash’s SWF file format. And this format doesn’t employ any platform-indigenous code either. If the tentative procedure yields its results, then Firefox will do away with any Flash plug-in requirements. This in turn will lend browsers a shot at rendering Flash content on forums where the availability of Adobe support is nonexistent. And a collective vector would be weeded out to boot. Of course, all this is well and good.
Concurrently, Shumway has joined the ranks of Firefox’s Nightly builds. Both developers and design gurus may test the new sensation via the Shumway Inspector. Meanwhile, Chrome has some similarities to Mozilla yet it has a radically alternative scope. It appears to be that Shumway is all set to become the new highway in place of Flash.