I have a question regarding the HTML5 - CreateJS support.
I have created a simple Adobe animate HTML5 project containing a simple Motion Tween animation on it. After publishing the project to HTML5 canvas, when I looked at the html code generated by Adobe Animate, I saw codes for establishing the connection to the external CreateJS site for it to function correctly.
I don't know the exact technical term for this external CreateJS connection/dependancy but I have a question.
Will CreateJS be supported in the next 20 years? Perhaps this question can only be answered by people who created CreateJS and providing the CreateJS to all HTML5 canvas contents on the web, but I am asking this question because it looks like the generated HTML5 canvas is very dependant on the CreateJS and it won't work unless CreateJS is provided externally.
Will HTML5 Canvas stop function just like Adobe Flash swf when the people who created/providing CreateJS service terminate their service? Or is their any other way to make HTML5 canvas web contents (created by using Adobe Animate) to work without using CreateJS?
So, even if createjs.com shuts down, developers can simply copy/download the createjs-2015.11.26.min.js file and put them on their local directory of the website for all html5 canvas contents to function correctly... am I right?
Yes, we always use a copy of createjs on our server for the canvas files.
Good luck with your project, mate!
The end of Flash is painful for everyone, myslef included.
I know that there are people working on different solutions to keep SWFs alive, but it is unclear whether they will succeed fully or not.
One such tool in development is this: https://ruffle.rs/
All the best!
Pssst... Publish Settings -> Advanced -> Uncheck Hosted Libraries.