Another announcment today from Adobe MAX 2011 is about Adobe AIR expanding its reach to LG tvs and TiVo. Read press release.
“Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that LG and TiVo have become the latest partners to bring Adobe(R) Flash(R)-based applications via Adobe AIR(R) to [...]
Adobe announced Flash 11 and AIR 3. There are a lot of new features and better performance.
Accelerated 2D/3D Graphics: Full hardware-accelerated rendering for 2D and 3D graphics enable 1,000 times faster rendering performance over Flash Player [...]
You can find on the Adobe Labs the new Flash Player 11 beta and Adobe AIR 3 beta available.
AIR 3 delivers innovation for rich engaging applications with unparalleled performance improvements that deliver advanced graphics rendering, high-definition video, and consistent reach across operating systems and devices. AIR 3 is packed with features that [...]
Here is an article on the Adobe DevNet: Using Flash Builder 4.5 to package applications for BlackBerry Tablet OS devices
“Flash Builder 4.5 includes support for packaging Flex and ActionScript applications for Google Android, Apple iOS, and BlackBerry Tablet OS devices. The process for acquiring signing certificates and provisioning application packages for the [...]
Here 3 great articles on the Adobe DevNet on Flex mobile skins
Flex Mobile: Optimized skinning basics
Flex Mobile: Handling different pixel densities
Flex Mobile: Multiplatform development
Today Adobe announced the latest development suite CS5.5 which has a lot of new mobile development features.
There are very cool features including piblishing for iOS, Android and RIM PlayBook. Sounds interesting!
Via Christophe, a video showcasing the deployment of a Flex Mobile Application on Playbook, Nexus One and Samsung Galaxy Tab.
This is exactly the power of Flash Mobile technology, using the same IDE and technology to develop and deploy content to a different set of mobile devices.
Via Dale, there is a new blog from Greg Burch about the new Flex Mobile Framework.
Check out the video about Flex for mobile devices: Slider: Flex Mobile Framework.
“The initial Slider framework will be optimized to run on high-end smartphones (phones with a processor speed of 400Mhz or more, 128MB of RAM), and will initially target standalone application environments such as Adobe AIR. This matches the category of devices targeted by [...]
Via Luca, if you are attending 360 Flex Europe you can use this Flash Lite 2 application to know the schedule of the conference.
Via Felipe, a great news for all the developers using the Flyer Framework. Flyer now supports the Maemo platform which runs Flash 9 and so Flex applications.
Great work Felipe!! You can join the Flyer Framework User Group.
Via Marco, Flex 4 is beginning development and they are considering various themes. The interesting part is the last bullet point:
Broadening Horizons: expand the range of applications and use-cases that can leverage Flex. Features could include finding a way to make the framework lighter, supporting more deployment runtimes, runtime MXML.
So, “framework lighter” and “supporting more [...]
Via Leonardo, Luca created a Flash Lite 2.0 application for the 360 Flex Atlanta conference with information about the sessions, speakers and the ability to use Twitter.
He used the SWX API to create the mash up. Pretty cool! You can download the application from his blog.
Adobe released AIR 1.0 and Flex 3.0, plus a new Open Source initiative.
This is an interesting marketing/feedback resource that Adobe just launched: 30onair.com
You record a video about why you like or not some of the Adobe technology, post the video on YouTune, tag it 30onair and it will pick up by the site.
Hey, anything like this for Flash Lite in the works? Why?
Very simple, soon there will [...]
There is an upcoming eSeminar from Adobe on January 23rd, 9AM PST: Flash Lite and Flex for mTourism.
Speakers for the eSeminar are Untravel MediaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s CTO Ira Hochman and CEO Michael Epstein.
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