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CS Extension Builder 1.5. trial is now live

All,

A fully functional trial version of Adobe Creative Suite Extension Builder 1.5 is now available on Adobe.com. This is the first of our efforts to make CS Extension Builder widely accessible for the entire developer community. The trial will expire on November 1,2011. If at any point during the trial, you would like to get full access to the software and developer support cases, you can purchase a membership to the Adobe Enterprise Developer Program (AEDP).

Click here to download the trial

 
Useful resources

CS Extension Builder Trial FAQ

What’s new in CS Extension Builder 1.5

Create your first extension in under 5 minutes (vid)


gabriel tavridis
Product Manager
@gtavridis

London Flex User Group: CS Extension Builder demo on May 24th,2011 @ 7pm

All,

The CS Extension Builder product team will be in London on Tuesday May 24th, 2011 (@ 7pm) to present at the local Flex User Group. We will demo CS Extension Builder, show examples of what developers have built with the tool, talk about  CS extensibility and show some cool future things we are working on. If you are interested to find out how to create panels for the CS applications, influence the next versions of the product or meet with members of the team, do join us! (no registration is required)

To get more info about the event (venue etc) check the Flex User Group’s meetup website.

 

gabriel tavridis
Product Manager, Developer Technologies
twitter: @gtavridis

CS Extension Builder 1.5 and CS SDK 1.5 are now available

I am very pleased to announce that the latest versions (1.5) of Creative Suite Extension Builder and the Creative Suite SDK are now available through the downloads section on the CS Extension Builder website.

The team has applied significant effort to deliver a release only 12 months after the 1.0 release and we believe that it will be as successful as the first one. Some of the highlights of the 1.5 release are:

  • improved support for hybrid extensions
  • ability to develop for multiple versions of the Creative Suite
  • advanced tools for developing with XMP metadata
  • support for Content Management Systems that support the CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) specification
  • extension profiling

To find out more about the 1.5 release, take a look at the articles that the team has published on the CS Extension Builder page. Over the next  few weeks we will be pushing more content (tutorials, articles, videos) to this page and we intend to make it the main resource center for Creative Suite developers. As always your feedback is important.

We hope you enjoy it!

The Adobe Developer Technologies Team