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The digital advertising industry has turned its back on Flash and it is out of the picture for good! HTML5 is the solution in this new ad landscape, and a much better one at that. HTML5 empowers brands to build exciting and engaging ads in endless possibilities with a level of ease that was never achievable with Flash.
The change might seem scary and big, but it really isn’t. Once you start building in HTML5, you will wonder why display ads were ever made using anything else.
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