The Flash Platform tooling team would like the community’s help in shaping the product roadmaps for the Flex SDK, Flash Builder, Flash Catalyst, and Flash Professional.
We would like you to complete a 15-20 minute online survey. In the survey, you’ll get an opportunity to help us understand how you are using Adobe tools currently, and we’ll also ask you where we should take the products by helping us prioritize potential areas of investment.
The product management team takes these surveys very seriously and the results figure heavily into the decisions that we make about feature prioritization.
Following on from the previous featuresneaks for Flash Builder “Burrito”, this week we’re excited to show you a quick demonstration of code templates (also referred to as snippets) for MXML, AS and CSS code.
Flash Builder “Burrito” is an upcoming version of the product that is currently in development – another feature sneak will be posted next week. Enjoy!
After a long Labs alpha, Adobe is stopping further development of Flex Builder/Flash Builder running on Linux operating systems. We recognize the importance of the Linux community yet after studying the market opportunity for the sale of a commercial Linux Flex Builder/Flash Builder product, we have decided to direct future development toward new features for Windows and Mac instead of adding additional Linux platform support to the product. Linux developers will still be able to use the Flex SDK from the line command to build and debug Flex applications. Also, please note this decision is specific to Flash Builder and does not affect other Linux activities for other Adobe products. Adobe continues to be committed to providing ongoing support for Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR for the Linux platform.
The Flash Builder team is currently working on the next version of the product, codenamed “Burrito”. One of the areas we’re investing in heavily, following feedback from Flex and ActionScript developers, is coding productivity enhancements.
We’re keen to provide you with a taster of what’s in store for “Burrito” (pun intended), so over the next several weeks we’ll be posting short videos highlighting some of the new features currently under development.