Adobe Air is trash. We need cross-platform sans compromise.
As I was just banging out that last post about using a Windows machine for 2 weeks so that I could game, it got me thinking - Why don’t we have better cross-platform options?
When OnLive first came around I was hugely excited because it seemed like a real solution. It’s probably better summed up as being a step in the right direction.
Adobe Air held promise, but the resource-hogging monstrosity is just way too bloated and heavy to be of much use.
For those of us who use Macs on a daily basis, the option that remains is either to use something like WINE or to use Boot Camp. But these two options are fundamentally flawed. WINE works…sometimes. Boot Camp requires you to essentially run a Windows machine.
I fully understand that the programming languages are different between Mac and Windows apps. But it seems to me that there is a definite gap in the system when there isn’t a good...
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