Posts tagged "development"

October 1, 2007

Adobe AIR Developer Derby Winners Announced

During this week’s Adobe MAX 2007 conference Adobe announced the winners of the Adobe AIR Developer Derby. The grand prize winner took home a $100,000 travel certificate.

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August 27, 2007

Adobe InDesign Plug-in Editor Released on Labs

We have released a new utility for Adobe® InDesign® plug-in developers. The Adobe InDesign Plug-in Editor is a suite of tools for developing InDesign plug-ins, made available on the Eclipse platform. It provides functionality for:
* Graphical editing of InDesign plug-in FR UI resources.
* Context-sensitive, error-aware, text editing of InDesign FR files.
* Creating new plug-ins.
* Importing existing plug-ins and SDK samples.
* Building, through your platform default build system.
* Generate widget documentation for your plug-in.
For more information, see the overview demo online. Download the InDesign Plug-in Editor and view online tutorials from the Labs wiki.

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August 10, 2007

kuler API Released on Labs

An API for kuler, a web-hosted application designed to improve the workflow of creating color themes, is now available on Adobe Labs. With the kuler API, developers can now request RSS feeds of highest rated, most popular, and newest color themes posted to kuler and integrate them within their own web sites.
We’re excited to see what you come up with, and we plan to feature the best applications in a Showcase Gallery on Adobe Labs. If you’d like to include your work on the showcase, send the URL of your application to kulerapi(at)

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February 26, 2007

Adobe Flash Media Encoder Now Shipping

The Adobe Flash Media Encoder is now shipping and is available as a free download on Since this version of the FME technology has been declared final, it is no longer available from Adobe Labs. See the product page on for more information about this technology.

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February 13, 2007

Ajax Data Services Update Released on Labs

An update of Ajax Data Services has been released that fixes several issues discovered by the Flex team. If you downloaded the initial release, please update your files and use the latest version published in the Adobe Labs wiki.

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January 30, 2007

Ajax Data Services Released on Labs

Following up on the Developer Center article and demo published in 2006, the Flex team has released their Ajax Data Services on Adobe Labs. This technology is a JavaScript library that lets Ajax developers access the messaging and data management capabilities of Flex Data Services directly from JavaScript; it lets you use Flex clients and Ajax clients that share data in the same messaging application or distributed data application. Please see the content within the Labs wiki for additional information.

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Flex-Ajax Bridge Beta 4 Released on Labs

The fourth release of the Flex-Ajax Bridge has been released within the Adobe Labs wiki. For those new to this project, the Flex-Ajax Bridge is a small, unobtrusive code library that you can insert into an Adobe Flex application, a Flex component, or even an empty SWF file to expose it to scripting in the browser. Please see the content on Labs for more information.

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January 24, 2007

Flex Compiler Shell Released on Labs

Today we released the Flex Compiler Shell through the Adobe Labs wiki. This utility provides a shell environment that you can use to compile Flex applications, modules, and component libraries. Please see the above links for more information or download and install the technology.

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Flex Ant Tasks Released on Labs

Today we released the Flex Ant Tasks through the Adobe Labs wiki. This provides a convenient way to build your Flex projects using an industry-standard build management tool. Please see the above links for more information or download and install the technology.

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January 18, 2007

Flash Media Encoder Released on Labs

We have released the first prerelease of the new Flash Media Encoder on Adobe Labs. The Flash Media Encoder is designed to enable technical producers to capture audio and video while streaming it live to Flash Media Server (FMS) or the Flash Video Streaming Service (FVSS).
For more information regarding this technology, please see the Release Notes.

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