Posts tagged "community"

Putting the Community in community help

Check out all the great new links we’ve added to community help:

Adobe Cookbook recipe challenge begins!

Got a tasty tip or technique to offer to the Flash Platform developer community? Want a shot at winning a Samsung 10.1 tablet? If so, head on over to the Adobe Developer Center and learn more about the Adobe Cookbook recipe request challenge: Everyone who responds to the challenge by contributing a cookbook recipe gets an Adobe Developer Connection T-shirt, plus a chance to win the tablet. Good luck!

Contribute your code examples to the new version of Adobe Cookbooks

The Adobe Developer Connection is excited to announce that the brand new Adobe Cookbooks application is now live! This uber Adobe Cookbook application replaces the individual, product-specific cookbook applications that were previously in place for Flex, AIR and Mobile. The new application will still support those technologies, in addition to a dozen or so additional technologies, all within a single application. For those new to the cookbook applications, they are a searchable repository for community-generated code samples.

You can read more about the new application in Ed Sullivan’s Logged In article on the Adobe Developer Connection.

Add your content and expertise to the Adobe Community Help

Developers and writers,

Adobe wants you to publicize your content and showcase your knowledge about developing Adobe AIR applications.

The Adobe Community Help features let you publish comments to the online Adobe documentation. This is a great place to show off your AIR knowledge and link to your own informative content. In doing so, you help other developers, help improve the usefulness of our documentation, and bring more people to your valuable content.

You can log in to one of the Community Help pages and add comments, expanding on the content in any topic. Or from any relevant page (or pages), you can add links to your article or blog that provides more detail.

Here are links to some of the AIR documentation where you can share your knowledge….

For Flex developers:

For Flash developers:

For HTML developers:

Also, this page lists other ways that you can contribute to Adobe Community Help: Community Help contributions.

We look forward to seeing your great posts.