Here’s my rough draft notes from the Sneek Peeks session (still in progress)…. I think they have 4 more demos coming up… Look for a few infrequent updates after the jump….
Adobe would like to remind you that…
“Adobe is under no oblication to release any of the technology shown here today and in any current or future product or service.”
I would like to remind you that….
“I’m bad at taking notes and details/names may be wrong.”
Read at your own risk. So far the winners are the bone model in Flash and Adobe Photoshop Express.
OK, so here are my very very very crude notes for the day two keynote session…. Forgive the copious amounts of typos and vague information. Its can be a bit tricky typing for 2 straight hours. ;)
Enjoy, I’ll try and update with new information/clarifications or at the very least fix my horrible spellings as time permits.
T-minus 21 minutes until the Keynoote is going to kick off. Look here later for semi-frequent updates throughout the week. Yesterday I went (TAed) at the excellent day-long session on “Flex 3: Integrating with ColdFusion” by Matt Bowles (look for his slides later on the new Adobe Developer Connection (formerly Adobe Developer Center)).
14 minutes to go, and it looks like the doors are opening to the Keynote! Look forward to a lot of fun and exciting news over the next 48-72 hours!
I woke up this morning, and what did I see? Adobe Labs got updated with a whole bunch of new apps. You can find new versions of:
- Flex 3/Flex Builder 3 (beta 2) (more info on the Flex Team blog, “Flex Team: Beta 2 Baby!”)
- Adobe AIR (beta 2)
- Adobe Media Player (prerelease)
- Adobe AIR Extension for Adobe Dreamweaver (beta 2)
- Flash Player 9 Update
- Spry framework for Ajax (prerelease 1.6)
- Adobe AIR Update for Adobe Flash Professional (beta 2)
- Share (beta)
Pretty impressive list! Expect lots of new announcements and information over the next few days due to Adobe MAX 2007 in sunny/warm Chicago. You can find more information on the Adobe MAX 2007 North America conference at http://adobemax2007.com/na/.
Also, I just noticed that we relaunched the Adobe Developer Center as the “Adobe Developer Connection” and gave it a stunning new makeover. Check that out at http://www.adobe.com/devnet/.
For those of you attending, or considering, the Adobe MAX 2007 conference in Chicago (Sept. 30 – Oct. 3), the sessions have been posted. I was browsing through the MAX 2007 mini-site and was reading through several of the sessions and descriptions.
There are 64 sessions (!!) involving Flex, and 51 of those sessions discuss multiple different products (such as Adobe AIR, Flash, ColdFusion, etc.). Here’s a quick breakdown of the sessions by skill:
- General Audience: 17 sessions
- Beginner: 15 sessions
- Intermediate: 23 sessions
- Advanced: 9 sessions
For more information, check out the Adobe MAX 2007 mini-site. If you arent able to make it out to Chicago, there will also be MAX Europe in Barcelona, Spain (Oct. 15 – 18), and MAX Japan in Tokyo, Japan (Nov. 1 – 2).
More information on the Flex topics at MAX North America 2007 after the jump.