Posts tagged "development"

October 8, 2012

Flash Builder 4.7 Beta 2 Released to Labs

The Flash Builder 4.7 Game Development beta 2 release introduces integrated support for profiling Flash content via the upcoming Project Monocle.

3:21 PM Permalink
June 14, 2011

Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK has Shipped & is Now Hosted in the Adobe Developer Connection

Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK has shipped and is now hosted in the Adobe Developer Connection.  All content related to previews will be retired from Adobe Labs.  Please visit Adobe Developer Connection for more information about Adobe Acrobat Portfolio SDK.

5:53 PM Permalink
October 25, 2010

Flex SDK “Hero” now available on Labs.

Adobe® Flex® SDK preview release codenamed “Hero” introduces new support for mobile Flex application development, expands and refines Spark components, and includes some great improvements for large application development. The easiest way to explore the new features included in Hero is to use the Adobe Flash® Builder™ “Burrito” preview release.

1:37 AM Permalink
August 21, 2010

New Melrose (formerly Shibuya) Preview Available

Melrose (formerly Shibuya) enables developers and publishers to distribute and make money with Adobe® AIR® applications through application stores. Melrose enables application syndication to multiple stores so that publishers can reach millions of users. Intel AppUp Center and the Adobe AIR Marketplace are the first two storefronts available in Melrose.

2:45 PM Permalink
July 16, 2010

Adobe LiveCycle Mosaic ES2 plugin for Adobe Flash Builder 4 Now Available on Labs

The Adobe® LiveCycle® Mosaic ES2 plugin for Adobe® Flash® Builder™ 4  lets you quickly and easily build and debug Mosaic tiles.

The plugin provides tooling support that extends the Flash Builder 4 development environment to support creation and debugging of Mosaic Tiles.* The plugin is part of an overall RIA tooling vision, to enable engineers to rapidly design and develop solutions/applications for their enterprise.

5:05 PM Permalink
April 30, 2010

Adobe InDesign® API Navigator prerelease Launched

Adobe InDesign® API Navigator prerelease is a new development tool for InDesign C++ plug-in developers. It works as an add-in for Visual Studio on Windows and as a plug-in for Xcode on Mac OSX. It makes IDE (Visual Studio/Xcode) more powerful for InDesign C++ plug-in development.

3:11 PM Permalink
May 31, 2009

Adobe Flash Catalyst Now Available on Labs

Flash Catalyst is a new professional interaction design tool for rapidly creating user interfaces without coding. This initial public beta release works with Flash Builder 4 for an integrated designer-developer workflow.

9:00 PM Permalink
May 27, 2009

Blueprint Now Available on Labs

Blueprint is a plugin for Adobe Flex Builder 3 and Adobe Flash Builder 4 that allows users to query for Adobe Flex and Adobe Flash code examples found on the Web directly inside of the development environment. The purpose of this preview is to assess the level of community interest in this type of customized search interface for code examples.

12:25 PM Permalink
February 16, 2009

Distributable Player Solution Now Available on Labs

The distributable player solution enables developers to create rich applications for the latest version of Adobe Flash Lite and directly distribute their content to millions of open OS smartphones, providing a better on-device user experience.

12:00 AM Permalink
December 11, 2008

Alchemy Updates Posted on Labs

The Alchemy technology downloads were updated today to fix several bugs and provide links to new GPL sources.

Alchemy is a research project that allows users to compile C and C++ code that is targeted to run on the open source ActionScript Virtual Machine (AVM2). The purpose of this preview is to assess the level of community interest in reusing existing C and C++ libraries in Web applications that run on Adobe® Flash® Player and Adobe AIR®.

4:01 PM Permalink
  • Categories

  • Archives

  • Recent Posts

  • @AdobeLabs on Twitter

    Error: Twitter did not respond. Please wait a few minutes and refresh this page.