Posts tagged "flash"

October 8, 2012

Project “Alchemy” is now the Flash Runtime C++ Compiler (FlasCC)

Project “Alchemy” is now the Flash Runtime C++ Compiler (FlasCC).

FlasCC lets you bring existing C/C++ code to the web, with high performance, across browsers. Leverage the entire Flash Runtime API from C++, deliver full GPU accelerated graphics, and reach over a billion people with no install using C/C++.

Learn more and start using FlasCC

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September 25, 2012

SWF Investigator Preview 3 Released to Labs

Preview 3 of the SWF Investigator is now available. This new release includes support for LZMA compressed SWFs.

 

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July 27, 2012

SWF Investigator Preview 2 Available for Download

Preview 2 of the SWF Investigator is now available. This new release includes a new cross-domain testing feature along with several minor improvements and bug fixes.

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July 16, 2012

Flash Player 11.4 Beta Adds Browser-Based Viewing of Expressive Content

Flash Player is a cross-platform, browser-based application runtime that provides uncompromised viewing of expressive applications, content, and videos across browsers and operating systems.

The Flash Player 11.4 beta release provides access to the AIR 3.4 SDK for Windows and Mac to target Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android. The key features and benefits of AIR 3.4 are: Concurrency (ActionScript Workers), Stage3D constrained mode, StageVideo.attachCamera,Camera.copyToByteArray/Camera.copyToVector.

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June 13, 2012

Proscenium Preview 2 Released to Labs

A new release of Proscenium is now available with enhanced features. Proscenium is an ActionScript 3 code library built on top of the Adobe® Flash® Platform Stage3D APIs that allows for rapid development of interactive 3D content.

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April 18, 2012

Adobe Flash Player 11.3 beta 2 Released to Labs

Adobe Flash Player 11.3 beta 2 now available for download. This beta release provides access to the Flash Player 11.3 runtime for Windows, Mac OS and Linux desktop environments.

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March 6, 2012

Adobe SWF Investigator beta Released to Labs

Adobe® SWF Investigator is the only comprehensive, cross-platform, GUI-based set of tools, which enables quality engineers, developers and security researchers to quickly analyze SWF files to improve the quality and security of their applications. With SWF Investigator, you can perform both static and dynamic analysis of SWF applications with just one toolset. SWF Investigator lets you quickly inspect every aspect of a SWF file from viewing the individual bits all the way through to dynamically interacting with a running SWF.

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February 27, 2012

Flash Player 11.2 Release Candidate Now Available for Download

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 release candidate is now available for download. This release provides access to the Flash Player 11.2 runtime for Windows, Mac OS and Linux desktop environments. The key features and benefits of Flash Player 11.2 are: Drivers gating for hardware acceleration relaxed; Throttling event; Mouse lock, relative mouse coordinates, right and middle click events;
Multithreaded video decoding; Flash Player background updates.

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January 19, 2012

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 beta 4 Now Available

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 beta 4 is now available for download. Adobe Flash Player 11.2 drives innovation for rich, engaging digital experiences with new features for cross-platform browser-based viewing of expressive rich internet applications, content, and videos across devices.

New in Flash Player 11.2: multi-threaded video decoding and Flash Player background updates.

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December 20, 2011

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 Beta Update Now Available

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 beta 3 is now available for download.  This beta release provides access to the Flash Player 11.2 runtime for Windows, Mac OS and Linux desktop environments.

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