We’re excited to announce AIR 3 and Flash Player 11– coming in early October! From gaming to rich media to data-driven app development, check out some of the latest features like new 3D functionality, native extensions and captive runtime! Learn how to build and deploy apps that run across desktops, connected TVs and mobile devices running Android, iOS and BlackBerry Tablet OS! adobe.ly/nrVhs
AND…coming later this year, Flash Builder 4.6 and Flex 4.6! With this new release of the best-in-breed cross-platform application development SDK and tooling, expect to see further Flex controls, better performance, and enhanced support for AIR Native Extensions (ANEs) and captive runtimes. For more, check this out.
There’s lots more to come, so stay tuned!
The rapid introduction of mobile and other non-traditional computing devices (tablets, MIDs, slates, etc) into enterprise IT inventories is driving a wave of innovation in delivering more complex and varied interactions between enterprises and their customers. With more than 70% of enterprise workers going mobile over the next two years, according to Gartner, it is incumbent on leading-edge firms to deliver services and applications that can easily be made mobile. Providing access to customer data, history, and marketing collateral, while at the same time allowing these employees to better serve their customers without having to pull open a laptop and find a WiFi connection, means these mobile applications will keep field forces focused on what really matters: the customer relationship.
John Landwehr describes this in more detail in an entry on our Experience Delivers blog.
Today Adobe announced that Adobe Flash Player 10.1 has been released to mobile platform partners. Redesigned from the ground up with new performance and mobile specific features, Flash Player 10.1 is the first release that brings the full Web across desktops and devices. Mobile users will now be able to experience millions of sites with rich applications and content inside the browser including games, animations, rich Internet applications (RIAs), data presentations and visualizations, ecommerce, music, video, audio and more.