By Chuong Nguyen | July 6, 2010 9:30 AM
We had reported about Frash before, which is a project that aims to port Android 2.2′s Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile support to iOS devices like the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Frash uses a multi-process model so that if the plugin crashes, your browser doesn’t crash. Essentially, according to IntoMobile, it means: Frash uses a multi-process model similar to Chrome on the desktop, so a crash in the Frash/Flash plugin doesn’t take down the browser. You can see this while I’m playing Alien Hominid: the ad above crashed (probably a Frash bug), but Safari stays open just fine, and continues to play other Flash content on the page.
The project remains in beta. Right now, video input and keyboard support are not there yet: Video and keyboard inputs are not yet supported either Comex says keyboard support should be easy enough to add but video support is going to take a bit longer.