Posts tagged "mobile"

January 16, 2013

AIR 3.6, Flash Player 11.6 and AIR SDK with ASC 2.0 updates released to Labs

Updates to AIR 3.6 beta, Flash Player 11.6 beta, and AIR SDK with ASC 2.0 have been released to Adobe Labs for download:

AIR 3.6 beta – Deliver games, content and apps to multiple platforms using a common codebase. This update adds packaging and loading for multiple SWFs.

Flash Player 11.6 beta – This update includes graphics data query and full screen permission dialog UI improvements. Access a preview of the Stage3D extended profile

AIR SDK with ASC 2.0 – Preview 5 versions of AIR 3.4 SDK with ASC 2.0, AIR 3.5 SDK with ASC 2.0, and a pre-release version of AIR 3.6 SDK with ASC 2.0 Preview 5 are now available. These previews contain bug fixes as outlined in the updated release notes.

 

 

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December 7, 2012

Adobe AIR 3.6 & Flash Player 11.6 betas released to Labs for download

AIR 3.6 beta – Deliver games, content and apps to multiple platforms using a common codebase. This update adds packaging and loading for multiple SWFs.

Flash Player 11.6 beta – This update includes graphics data query and full screen permission dialog UI improvements. Access a preview of the Stage3D extended profile

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Adobe Flash Builder 4.7 Launched to Adobe.com

Flash Builder 4.7 has been launched to Adobe.com and is no longer available on Adobe Labs.  Please visit the product home to purchase Flash Builder 4.7.

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September 26, 2012

Flash Player 11.5 and AIR 3.5 Available for Download

Betas for Adobe AIR 3.5 and Flash Player 11.5 are now available for download on Adobe Labs.

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September 17, 2012

Preview 2 of AIR SDK with ActionScript Compiler Available on Labs

Preview 2 of AIR 3.4 SDK with ActionScript Compiler 2.0 is now available. Easily compile your apps on the command line.

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August 27, 2012

AIR 3.4 SDK Preview Released to Labs

A preview of AIR 3.4 SDK with ActionScript Compiler 2.0 is now available. Easily compile your apps on the command line.

 

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Adobe Flash Builder 4.7 beta Available for Download

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
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August 21, 2012

AIR 3.4 and Flash Player 11.4 Now Available on Adobe.com

The Adobe Flash Platform runtimes, Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR, allow developers to create rich experiences – from console quality games and interactive content to full HD premium video – for desktop browsers as well as desktop and mobile apps for iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android, Kindle Fire, and Nook mobile devices

Flash Player 11.4 and AIR 3.4 are now shipping on Adobe.com.

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August 7, 2012

AIR 3.4 beta 2 and Flash Player 11.4 beta 2 Now Available to Download

The Adobe® Flash® Platform runtimes, Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR®, allow developers to create rich experiences – from console quality games and interactive content to full HD premium video – for desktop browsers as well as desktop and mobile apps for iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android, Kindle Fire, and Nook mobile devices

AIR 3.4 beta 2 is now available to download.

Flash Player 11.4 beta 2 is now available to download.

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July 16, 2012

AIR 3.4 Beta Released to Labs

The AIR 3.4 beta adds new features for out-of-browser applications across platforms. This release provides access to the AIR 3.4 runtime and SDK for Windows, Mac OS, iOS and Android. The key features and benefits of AIR 3.4 are: iOS 5.1 SDK Support, Exception Support in Native Extensions for iOS, iOS Push Notifications, AIR direct deployment (without iTunes).

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