When I showed the first versions of the MAX widget to a few colleagues, most were very surprised to hear that this was all built with the Flex 3 framework and that no Flash Catalyst or Flash CS4 was involved in this.
“Including the animations?“, was a question I got a lot. And yes… Even the [...]
It’s almost that time again for the Adobe MAX Awards and we’re already taking submissions and your suggestions for the winners this year. As always there will be a mobile category and you can click on the button above to make your suggestion.
Mobile service providers today are challenged to deliver easy-to-use applications that provide expressive and complex capabilities. Tapping into features such as location, touch and motion detection, high-speed networks and others, service providers are looking to appeal to increasingly sophisticated customers who rely on their devices to access and share information, participate in social networks, be entertained, and for work. Winning entries in this category will demonstrate how Adobe solutions are being used to raise the standard of interactivity and quality for mobile services, bringing indispensible new services that improve the daily lives of consumers.
Category- Specific Judging Criterion: Value delivered by mobile device application to corporations or individual users.
Now that you have downloaded the new Tour de LiveCycle tool and became an instant fan of LiveCycle ES (Enterprise Suite), you are probably wondering where you could learn even more, right? Well, earlier this week, we announced a new program at Adobe MAX 2009 called the “LiveCycle @MAX Bundle”. Designed for enterprise developers, this [...]
At today’s keynote at MAX Japan, Kevin Lynch announced that Adobe AIR has reached 100 million installs! That’s some serious momentum! He also announced that Flash Player 10 has already reached over 55% adoption in only two months. This is dramatically faster than any prior version.
More coverage of this will be available shortly.