Question: Is it possible to detect whether a website is using Flex ?

October 25, 2007 at 08:56 Leave a comment

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For once a question rather than a news item…

At the Adobe Business Exchange 2007 meeting in La Hulpe – Brussels, I had an interesting chat about the penetration of Flex on the market. By the way, did you know that on average 100 Flex licenses are sold per month in Belgium alone ?

Fact is that there aren’t many figures available. The popular website statistics tools like Google Analytics, StatCounter, Reinvigorate etc… do detect whether visitors have a Flash player installed. I would be interested in the reverse: What websites are using Adobe’s Flex actively ?

As far as I know, there isn’t a way to detect / report on this. Now, I might be wrong, so please let me know if it *is* possible after all.




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