Adobe has already stepped away from it’s flash platform. Not sure you are already aware but not only did adobe abandon developing Flash for mobile devices, their flash based flex framework has also been donated to the Apache foundation ^^
When you see signs like this, it only means that it’s time to move on to greener pastures and minimize your damages.
Adobe themselves are telling you that the future is html5 and not flash. These are declarations they’ve made a while back. We’re already in the future so if I were you, I wouldn’t hold my breath about flash ever making a comeback. Silverlight followed the same fate.
For the record, html5 is quite capable and a lot of good games are already written in it. Unless you plan on supporting old browsers, imho a step back because even jquery is going to stop supporting outdated versions of IE, html5/modern browsers/mobile is where you need to focus
the first step of the lion cub! congrats
congrats Sunil! That was fast. It can only go uphill from here
It should reset if you close the browser ( unless you issued a persistent cookie during login). If you really must log out by brute force then go for a combo of clientside onunload and onbeforeunload event handler (test what works for you best).
IMHO unreliable, so just regulate the timeout in the form element in web.config. This will allow you to specify for how long the cookie lasts, defaults to 30minutes.
Logging someone out when they have not closed all browser windows is quite inconsistent behavior. Non persistent cookies last for as long as the timeout is not reached in web.config or the browser is closed ( not the same as closing a single tab ). So the best way is to wait for the cookie to timeout or user closed all browser tabs and not just navigated away from the site. This is consistent behavior with most online banking applications.
Looks good from the screenies. Congrats on a job well done!
You’ll need the extended license. The extended license allows you to package the item purchased in a single product that you can later resell, the single product being a larger piece of work obviously.
If there is no extended license offered on the item, then your out of luck