OpenSilver Alternatives

    OpenSilver is described as 'modern, plugin-free, open-source reimplementation of Microsoft Silverlight , that runs on current browsers via WebAssembly. It uses Mono for WebAssembly and Microsoft Blazor. It brings back the power of C#, XAML, and ' and is an app in the Development category. There are six alternatives to OpenSilver for Windows, Mac, Linux, JavaScript and Hotspot JVM. The best alternative is Adobe Animate. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Ceylon or Jabaco. Other great apps like OpenSilver are KoolMoves (Paid), WebAnimator (Paid) and Mediator (Paid).

    This page was last updated Nov 12, 2021

    1. Adobe Animate, previously Adobe Flash Professional, is an authoring environment (IDE) that can produce interactive solutions for running inside web browsers or for the desktop.
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    2. Support for Java and JavaScript virtual machines Write your code in Ceylon, and have it run on the JVM, on Node.js, or in a web browser. Some modules are platform-dependent, but the language itself is equally at home on Java and JavaScript virtual machines.
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    3. Jabaco is a simple programming language with a Visual Basic like syntax. Jabaco enables you to create powerful software for all Java supported operating systems.

      Discontinued

      Official Website Download page shows :
      Jabaco BETA 1.5.2 (Release: 2009-09-01)
      See http://www.jabaco.org/download.html

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    4. KoolMoves is a web animation authoring tool that creates Flash animations with multimedia slide shows, media players, and action scripting and frames for animated gifs.
    5. Use WebAnimator to create fantastic animations that work perfectly on all the main browsers, as well as smartphones and tablets - and all this is without Flash! It's easy and quick. If you can imagine it, you can do it with WebAnimator.


      • Windows
      Mediator 9 is a premier multimedia authoring tool that allows you to create interactive CD-ROM presentations, dynamic HTML pages and Flash® projects.
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