Posts tagged "collaboration"

September 24, 2008

Adobe Announces InContext Editing Preview

Coinciding with this week’s Adobe Creative Suite 4 announcements, Adobe has announced a new online service, Adobe InContext Editing. This new service will allow web content authors to create, manage, share and control editable pages in minutes without compromising design integrity. The free public preview of this service will begin when Adobe Creative Suite ships in October. This feed will keep you updated.

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June 16, 2008

SwitchBoard Released on Labs

A preview release of SwitchBoard is now available for download on Adobe Labs. SwitchBoard brings together the power of the automation in the Creative Suite applications with the potential for third parties to extend the creative process with new applications produced using AIR. The result is an extensible, powerful, cross-platform environment that can quickly adapt to today’s rapidly changing creative workflows.

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June 2, 2008

Brio, Share, and Buzzword Now Hosted on Acrobat.com

The Brio, Buzzword, and Share hosted applications have graduated from Adobe Labs and are now a part of the new Acrobat.com website. The latest versions of these technologies include significant upgrades and improved stability. Get started with the final releases of Adobe ConnectNow, the new name of Brio, Buzzword, and Share.

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December 7, 2007

Brio Beta Released on Labs

The next generation of Adobe Acrobat Connect—codenamed “Brio”—is now available to try via the Adobe Labs website. Brio is a web meeting service built with collaboration in mind for individual professionals and small businesses. With Brio, you can instantly communicate and collaborate through an easy-to-use, easy-to-access online personal meeting room.

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October 1, 2007

Share Technology Featured on Adobe Labs

A new web application codenamed “Share” is now showcased on Adobe Labs. With Share you can send documents without email attachments, access your documents from anywhere, embed a Flash preview of your document on any website, and much more.

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July 13, 2006

JamJar Released on Labs

Tonight we released JamJar on Adobe Labs. JamJar is a demonstration application built with Flex 2 that provides a private and persistent canvas for small groups to easily exchange digital content in order to:
* Plan events
* Exchange ideas
* Manage projects
* Centralize information
* Share files and images
Learn more ›

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May 26, 2006

NoteTag Technology Released on Labs

Earlier today we released NoteTag on Adobe Labs. This technology is a proof-of-concept for a new project at Adobe currently code-named Kiwi. The Kiwi Project is an exploration of Read/Write RSS and Web 2.0 components for Adobe Flex and the Adobe Engagement Platform.
NoteTag is a sample Flex 2 application that allows users to capture notes during meetings and assign tasks within those notes to individuals. Underneath the hood, NoteTag stores notes as blog entries, formats tasks using a microformat, and uses tags to link tasks (from notes) to people.
Learn more about NoteTag and download the source files >
See a narrated screencast of NoteTag in action >

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March 11, 2006

XMP Toolkit 4.0 Released on Labs

A prerelease of the XMP Toolkit, version 4.0 was released on Adobe Labs on March 9th.
The 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. With XMP, desktop applications and back-end publishing systems gain a common method for capturing, sharing, and leveraging this valuable metadata opening the door for more efficient job processing, workflow automation, and rights management, among many other possibilities.
View more information about the XMP Toolkit 4.0 prerelease: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/xmptoolkit/

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