August 27, 2012
Adobe Flash Builder 4.7 beta release introduces new iOS development features and enhancements to Flash Builder and provides support for the new Apache Flex SDK. Key features for Flash Builder 4.7 include:
- Support for Apache Flex SDK.
- New compiler support for ActionScript Projects
- Support for creating ActionScript Workers
- Support for iOS USB deployment, testing & debugging
- Support for iOS simulator
October 31, 2011
The Adobe® Flash® Builder® Plug-in for SAP® NetWeaver® Gateway Services project introduces features that enable Adobe Flex® developers to more easily build web and mobile applications that access SAP data published through REST-based SAP NetWeaver Gateway Services (NGS). The plug-in works within the existing Flash Builder Data Centric Development (DCD) workflow, adding simple wizards that allow you to connect with and browse a Gateway Server’s Service Catalog and then generate ActionScript® service wrappers and value objects for selected services.
May 18, 2011
The Adobe® Flash® Builder® and SAP NetWeaver Gateway Integration project is focused on helping developers more easily consume data and services from SAP R3 implementations within Flex applications
Sneak preview Flash Builder and SAP NetWeaver Gateway Integration on Labs by viewing the demo and FAQ.
May 3, 2011
The ActionScript Code Coverage plug-in was finalized and has transitioned from Labs to Adobe.com.
Flash Builder “Burrito” and Flex SDK “Hero” are now shipping as part of the Flex 4.5 release. All Burrito & Hero content has been retired from Labs.
Flash Catalyst “Panini” has been released to Adobe.com as Flash Catalyst CS5.5. All “Panini” content on Labs has been retired.
October 25, 2010
New challenges have emerged for application developers with the rapid evolution of mobile computing platforms. The Adobe® Flash® Platform already enables developers to deliver consistent application experiences across multiple browsers and operating systems.
With the introduction of Adobe Flex® SDK “Hero” and Adobe Flash Builder™ “Burrito,” along with the availability of the Adobe AIR® runtime on mobile devices, developers can now build mobile Flex applications for touchscreen smartphones and tablets with the same ease and quality as on desktop platforms.
With Flash Catalyst “Panini,” designers can leverage their skills with Adobe Photoshop®, Adobe Illustrator® and Adobe Fireworks® to rapidly prototype user interfaces for Flex-based websites and applications, and collaborate intelligently with developers who use Adobe Flash Builder™ software. In addition, static artwork can be transformed into interactive projects for the web or for websites and applications, all without writing code.
Flash Catalyst “Panini” includes many new features and enhancements, and offers new integration with the preview release of Flash Builder “Burrito.”
The Adobe® Flash® Builder™ preview release codenamed “Burrito” introduces new features and enhancements to Flash Builder and provides support for the preview release of the Adobe Flex® SDK codenamed “Hero.”
For a detailed overview of the new features, product enhancements and workflows introduced in Flash Builder “Burrito,” please read Product Manager Andrew Shorten’s What’s New in Flash Builder “Burrito” article.
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.