With the growing maturity of open standards such as HTML5, WebGL and others, and dwindling support for the Flash player on various platforms, there has been plenty of discussions around the idea that 'Flash is dying'.
As of yesterday, it's official. Adobe has announced in a blog post that they will stop updating and distributing Flash as of the end of 2020, and will be encouraging content creators to migrate their content to open formats. The flash player will continue to receive updates for security and compatibility until that time.
Click through for full details in Adobe's announcement, or read what their partners have said in their own announcements: