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Edge Reflow & the Creative Camp at SXSW Interactive

ReflowLast week we launched the first Edge Reflow Preview and several other key releases of our Edge Tools into the Creative Cloud. We are showcasing Reflow at SXSW Interactive at our Creative Camp on Sunday, March 10th. Come and join Product Manager Jacob Surber to share insights on how we created Edge Reflow here. There will be even more sessions and panels and you can see the Adobe Creative Cloud in action with the latest tools and services that let you create content for the modern web – go and check out the entire line up of the Camp Day here.

We look forward to seeing you there! Follow us @Adobe and @Reflow leading up to and during the Interactive festival, and join the conversation with #AdobeSXSW.

Adobe Sends Creative Cloud Members Some HTML5 Love for Valentine’s Day!

Today Adobe released a great update for professional Web designers and developers with the release of several new product updates for HTML5 Web tooling.

Leading the release is the first public preview of Edge Reflow, a new responsive design tool that we first showed the community at our Create the Web event in September 2012 when we did a sneak peek of it. We heard from many users wanting to get their hands on Edge Reflow and today we’re happy to make that happen. We look forward to people playing with this very early preview release and telling us what type of features they would like to see added.

We’re also excited to deliver several new feature updates to Edge Animate, Dreamweaver and Edge Code Preview! All these releases are immediately available, exclusively to both free and paid Creative Cloud members. For more information on Adobe Edge Reflow visit html.adobe.com/edge/reflow and for additional details on Creative Cloud, Edge Animate, Dreamweaver, Edge Code preview and other tools available in Creative Cloud, visit www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud.html.

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