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May 16, 2013 /

Announcing Flash Professional CC – Toolkit for Dart

 At Google I/O, 2013, Adobe announced The Toolkit for Dart, a new extension to Flash Professional CC. You can now create rich, interactive, and animated content, and publish to the Dart language. Dart is Google’s own open-source Web Programming Language that supports many drawing capabilities and core animation delivered by Flash Professional. It includes support for images and vectors, movie clips and graphics animations, buttons, text, audio, and the filters and blend modes supported by the HTML5 canvas.

Ok, now, here’s something that’s awesome: Adobe intends to contribute the extension to the Dart community by open-sourcing the project. For more information on the extension, see this announcement.

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Comments

  • By Lucas - 11:11 AM on May 17, 2013  

    Can you add Dart as second language on Adobe Edge Animate CC ? Or a separate program for animate things and export to dart and HTML5 .
    More Dart support please !!!!

  • By LeoNardo - 3:36 PM on May 17, 2013  

    This tool it’s gonna be awesome

  • By LeoNardo - 3:40 PM on May 17, 2013  

    This tool its gonna be awesome

  • By Leo Nardo - 3:41 PM on May 17, 2013  

    this tool it’s gonna be awesome thanks team!!

  • By cristopher - 4:57 PM on May 17, 2013  

    ayt cara

  • By Rohit D - 12:10 AM on May 18, 2013  

    This toll gonna rock.

  • By Rohit D - 12:11 AM on May 18, 2013  

    This tool gonna rock

  • By tyz ya - 12:04 AM on May 20, 2013  

    Like

  • By Zwick - 4:46 AM on May 25, 2013  

    Look forward for Toolkit for Starling.

  • By Fred - 11:45 AM on June 19, 2013  

    Very cool news, dart support in dream weaver and other tools would be even more awesome! Don’t leave us stuck with javascript, it sucks!

  • By James - 9:36 AM on July 9, 2013  

    Well… where is it? I cannot find this Toolkit for Dart anywhere.
    And did I read that correctly that it does not export the ActionScript to DART at all…
    and that our entire code base must be rewritten in DART by hand?