Posts tagged "mobile"
Adobe is collaborating with EyeWonder, Greystripe, Medialets, Mediamind, PointRoll and Sprout to define two new full screen ad formats for smart phones that support Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 software and/or HTML5.
Adobe® Flash® Professional CS5 Extension for Adobe AIR® 2.5 is a prerelease technology that enables customers to leverage the latest AIR 2.5 release to publish content and applications to the Android, Windows, Mac and Linux platforms, and including new profiles for TVs.
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.
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.
Flash Developers – learn how you can leverage your existing Adobe tools and content and create breakthrough applications for the new BlackBerry® Tablet OS. BlackBerry developers who don’t currently use the Flash Platform can learn how to add a new dimension to their development skills and create compelling applications for a new mobile device which complements their existing applications.