Google Swiffy Alternatives and Similar Software

Alternatives to Google Swiffy for Windows, Mac, Web, Adobe Flash Professional, Linux and more. Filter by license to discover only free or Open Source alternatives. This list contains a total of 4 apps similar to Google Swiffy.

Swiffy converts SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a Flash player. If your looking for more info about Google Swiffy like screenshots, reviews and comments you should visit our info page about it. Below you find the best alternatives.

The list of alternatives was last updated: 6/14/2016 8:44:00 PM

Alternatives to Google Swiffy for all platforms with any license

  • Gordon

    An open source Flash™ runtime written in pure JavaScript Gordon lets you run your SWF movie files in a JavaScript based environment, without the need of any plugins or additional software. It takes advantage of the latest web technologies like SVG to render vector based graphics or Web Workers for enhanced performance and to parse even large SWF’s in the background, without blocking the user interface.

    Free Open Source Web

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  • FlaExporter

    Looking for faster HTML5 content from Adobe Flash / Animate? Go here to see Animate’s HTML5 Canvas and WebGL output compared against FlaExporter, a new Flash to HTML5 converter. FEATURES * Blazing fast mobile and desktop web performance (60 FPS) * No .fla restructuring required * Reduce file sizes 2-10X * Use advanced features like mask layers, blend modes, and timeline ActionScript

    • Will not do tweening, buttons input etc. Guest • Jul 2016 Disagree   Agree

    Freemium Mac Windows

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  • Toolkit for CreateJS

    Ease the transition from Flash to HTML5. As devices and platforms multiply, it's more challenging than ever to create expressive content that can reach the widest audience possible. The Adobe Flash Professional Toolkit for CreateJS — a complimentary extension available for Adobe Animate CC CS6 users — enables you to leverage the rich animation and drawing capabilities of Flash Professional while you make the transition to creating HTML5-based content.

    Free Mac Windows Adobe Flash Professional

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  • Smokescreen

    A Flash player written in JavaScript. Now with more bugs! This version is a major rework of what was demoed last year. It is better in many ways, but also less complete in many ways. It also uses Canvas to render instead of SVG. The main difference, though, is that after making a mess building the first player, this codebase is actually maintainable. Currently cleaning up: tools to help dissect SWFs, and the AS2 -> JS compiler.

    • Discontinued Latest commit 1333cff on Feb 22, 2011. See https://github.com/cesmoak/smokescreen

    Free Open Source Web

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