Posts tagged "actionscript"
Squiggly prerelease 5 is now available to try. Tested with the latest Flash Player 10.2 release.
Squiggly now directly supports TLF TextFlow. We have also exposed Hilighter, Tokenizer, and Configuration classes to allow for greater customization of Squiggly’s behavior. Please see the release notes for more details. Download the Squiggly package
Acrobat Portfolio SDK provides new developer tools for the Adobe Flash® Builder™ and Adobe Flash Professional environments. Using these tools, developers and designers can now leverage their existing ActionScript and Flex skills to create customized PDF Portfolio layouts (navigators) for use in Adobe Acrobat X. Now the Flash community can target their client deliverables to the PDF ecosystem and Adobe Reader platform.
Acrobat Portfolio SDK extends the Adobe Flex® 4.1 SDK and provides tools for the Flash Builder 4 environment.
Adobe® ActionScript® Code Coverage Plug-in for Adobe Flash® Builder™ helps ActionScript and Adobe Flex® developers understand exactly what code is executed while an application is running. When added to Flash Builder, the plug-in provides a new Eclipse perspective that allows you to start/stop the code coverage tool, view generated reports, examine source code and save/load reports.
The ActionScript Code Coverage Plug-in for Flash Builder can be used with applications developed in ActionScript 3, optionally using either Flex SDK 3.x or Flex SDK 4.x, targeting both Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR®. A trial or licensed version of Adobe Flash Builder 4 Premium is required to use the ActionScript Code Coverage Plug-in.
Adobe® Flash® Professional CS5 software ships with Adobe AIR® Packager for iPhone and offers the technical capability to have ActionScript 3 projects run as native applications for the iPhone 3.0 OS.
As a result of Apple’s updated legal terms (section 3.3.1 of the Apple iPhone SDK License Agreement), Apple is no longer permitting these applications to be delivered to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users through the Apple App Store. This a legal restriction imposed by Apple and is not a technical limitation of Adobe AIR or Adobe Flash Professional CS5.
Adobe® AIR® will let you publish ActionScript 3 projects to run as native applications (.apk) for the Android OS. These AIR applications can be delivered to Android devices through Android application stores such as the Android Market.
Developers can write new code or reuse existing web content to build AIR applications for the Android OS. Because the source code and assets are reusable across the Flash Platform runtimes, Adobe AIR and Flash Player, it also gives developers a way to more easily target other mobile and desktop environments.
Adobe Pixel Bender technology delivers a common image and video processing infrastructure which provides automatic runtime optimization on heterogeneous hardware. You can use the Pixel Bender kernel language to implement image processing algorithms (filters or effects) in a hardware-independent manner. The Pixel Bender graph language is an XML-based language for combining individual pixel-processing operations (kernels) into more complex Pixel Bender filters.
Pixel Bender moved to the Adobe Developer Connection on January 11, 2010 and is no longer hosted on Labs.
The new Adobe XMP Library for ActionScript is now available for download on Adobe Labs. Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) is a labeling technology that allows you to embed data about a file, known as metadata, into the file itself. XMP is an open technology based on RDF and RDF/XML. With this new library you can read existing XMP metadata from Flash based file formats via the Adobe Flash Player.
Prerelease 2 of the PatchPanel technology is now available on Adobe Labs.
PatchPanel is a Flex library and set of services that make it possible for Shockwave® Flash® (SWF) files to work as Adobe Creative Suite CS3 and CS4 plug-ins. Flex developers can include this Flex library in their projects in order to create Flash plug-ins that access the ExtendScript Document Object Model (DOM) of Creative Suite applications through ActionScript objects.