With Adobe Flash not being natively supported by Apple iOS, there have been some attempts from programmers to convert Flash files to HTML, such as SmokeScreen and Gordon; which will help developers easily port existing Flash content to iOS devices (iPad, iPhone). Not to be left behind on its own turf, Adobe has come up with its own conversion tool, “Wallaby”.
“Wallaby” is the codename for an experimental technology that converts Flash content (FLA files) into HTML 5. This allows you to reuse existing Flash content on devices that do not support Flash. Once converted to HTML, you can easily edit them using Adobe Dreamweaver or any other editing tools.
Wallaby comes as a desktop Adobe Air application so you will need the AIR runtime installed on your system to run the application.
Note that as of now not all Flash Professional features are supported in the HTML5 format, so Flash files above average complexity will not be rendered properly. I tried converting a few FLA files but met with a few conversion errors, mainly that of incompatible file format. As Adobe is desperate to make its presence felt in the portable devices market, expect a more complete working product by 2011 end.
You can download Wallaby from Adobe Labs.