We are pleased to announce that we’ve posted a beta draft of “Optimizing Mobile Content for the Adobe Flash Platform.”
We’ve worked with Adobe ActionScript expert Thibault Imbert to create this content. He’s provided dozens of tips and tricks for improving the performance of ActionScript applications running on mobile devices.
Check it out, and let us know what you think!
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If you were watching the Super Bowl (well, I mean, of course,
the Super Bowl commercials), you might have seen this ad for a Flash-enabled
“Hey! ” I hear you cry. “This blog is named ‘Flash
Mobile Docs’ — a VIZIO TV isn’t exactly a mobile device”.
Caught me. But this VIZIO TV IS running Adobe Flash Lite for the digital
home. That’s what allows it to provide all those cool Internet apps and
streaming 1080p HD web videos. All viewed from the comfort of your couch
on your big screen TV.
Lite for the digital home supports ActionScript 2.0 and Flash Player 8 content.
It also supports Flash 10 media with hardware accelerated playback of
high-definition H.264 video. You can read more about Flash Lite for the
digital home at:
And some nice FAQs are here: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashlite/faq/
Just don’t try to put this “mobile” device in your pocket.