Kevin Lynch Sneaks New Features in CS5

We are just three days from the Creative Suite 5 public debut. This afternoon, Kevin Lynch, Adobe CTO shared a few insights to this new release on the Adobe blog. He also shared his views on Apple’s revised SDK license and what it means to millions of Flash developers.

Highlights on the new features of CS5:

- Social Computing Innovation: Allowing closer team collaboration within the Creative Suite tools

- Cloud and client Innovation: New cloud-based services such as Omniture for optimizing content and apps to drive greater revenue

- Multiscreen features: Enabling authoring for upcoming releases of Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 and making it easier for developers to target multiple devices and form factors

device_central.pngThoughts on new restrictions from Apple

Kevin also pointed out that despite Apple’s tightening restrictions on what technologies developers can use for creating apps for iPhone/iPad OS, multiscreen is spreading beyond Apple’s devices. We will see a wide range of excellent smartphones, tablets, smartbooks, televisions and more coming to market. Developers can leverage the Flash Platform to create and deliver rich content and applications across a variety of these devices.

Also, the Packager for iPhone/iPad is just one of 250 amazing new features in CS5. Be sure to tune into the global webcast on Monday 8am PDT at http://cs5launch.adobe.com/ and find out all the details.


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