Posts tagged "flex builder"

April 8, 2010

Blueprint Update Released to Labs

Blueprint is a plugin for Adobe® Flex® Builder™ 3 that allows users to query for Adobe Flex and Adobe Flash code examples found on the Web directly inside of the development environment. Now, you can now use Adobe’s Community Help to search for code snippets from within your Web browser.

Blueprint is now available for Adobe Flash Builder 4 on Macintosh. We are currently working on Windows support but do not yet have an expected release date.

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March 22, 2010

Flash Builder 4 (formerly Flex® Builder) Shipped & Available on Adobe.com

Flash Builder 4 (formerly Flex® Builder) delivers a long list of new features, plus improvements to many existing features. This technology shipped on March 22, 2010 and is no longer hosted on Labs.

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November 24, 2009

Flex Builder for Linux Alpha 4 Now Available on Labs

Flex Builder Linux is a plugin-only version of the Flex Builder that you can use to build Flex applications on Linux.
The Flex Builder Linux alpha download was updated on 11/24/2009 in response to user feedback and incorporates an Eclipse plugin version of the Flex Builder software that you can use to build Flex applications on Linux.
Learn more.
Release Notes.
Download.

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November 5, 2009

Blueprint Update Released to Labs

Blueprint is a plugin for Adobe® Flex® Builder™ 3 that allows users to query for Adobe Flex and Adobe Flash code examples found on the Web directly inside of the development environment. Now, you can now use Adobe’s Community Help to search for code snippets from within your Web browser.

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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.

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November 17, 2008

Flash Catalyst and Gumbo Details Posted on Labs

Information regarding two new tools for creating applications for the Flash Platform is now posted on Adobe Labs. Flash Catalyst, formerly codenamed Thermo, is a new professional interaction design tool for rapidly creating application interfaces and interactive content without coding that works together with Gumbo, the codename for the next version of Flex Builder. Learn more and signup to be notified when these technologies are available to try on Labs.

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August 13, 2008

Flex Builder Linux Alpha 4 Released on Labs

The fourth prerelease version of Adobe Flex Builder for Linux is now available for download on Adobe Labs. Flex Builder for Linux is an Eclipse plugin version of the software that you can use to build Flex applications on Linux. See the release notes for more information regarding the alpha.

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December 18, 2007

Flex Builder Linux Alpha 2 Released on Labs

The second prerelease of Adobe Flex Builder Linux, an Eclipse plugin version of the Flex Builder software that you can use to build Flex applications on Linux, is now available for download on Adobe Labs. This new version of the software includes more of the great features in Flex Builder 3 and improvements on features found in the initial alpha release.

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October 2, 2007

Flex Builder Linux Release on Labs

The Flex Builder Linux alpha release brings Flex development to desktop Linux. This is the first Linux release for Flex Builder and includes many of the powerful new Flex Builder 3 features.

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October 1, 2007

Flex Skin Design Extensions for CS3 available on Labs

In conjunction with the Flex Builder 3 beta on Adobe Labs, new Flex Skin Design Extensions for CS3 are now available for download. These extensions support Flash Professional CS3, Fireworks CS3, Illustrator CS3, and Photoshop CS3.

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