Union Tech, the developer of the Unity Operating System (UOS), has created ReFla, a substitute for Flash based on its own technology, to solve the problem of business system collapse caused by a large number of Chinese schools and enterprises relying on Flash for their business systems.
The solution supports x86 platforms and China's own platforms such as Loongson and has obvious advantages over Adobe Flash Plugin in four aspects: resource loading, performance, stability, and security.
In December, Adobe released their last Flash Player update announcement, saying that this is the final release of Flash Player for all regions outside of mainland China.
The system failure suffered by the Dalian section of the Chinese railroad earlier this month sparked widespread concern because of Flash's discontinuation of service.
Adobe Flash Player's exclusive strategic partner in mainland China, Zhong Orange Network, has released Flash Player 188.8.131.52, which includes usability, online security, and stability improvements.
In this update, Flash Player in other operating systems such as Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 are not affected and will continue to support the video playback function and other original features.