Making Animated HTML5 Content

Check out John Nack’s blog where there is a video of Adobe VP Paul Gubbay showing off early looks at some technology that will help designers and developers create better HTML5 animations:

Included are demos of:
- Animating in the new Adobe Edge app (on Adobe Labs)
- Turning that output into an app using PhoneGap
- Using Flash Professional to export animation as HTML
- Running CSS Shaders in WebKit
- Enabling “liquid layout” from InDesign

Go to John’s blog now and watch.

Also, check out a recording of last week’s Financial Analyst meeting to see where these demos were intially shown and to understand how they fit into Adobe strategy moving forward.

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Comments

    November 14, 2011

    Rob McKeown writes:

    That’s all well and good but it only addresses a small part of the need. Flex was targeted at enterprise developers. It makes me sick that we are being given no answers. I know it takes time to respond, but any response would be better than what we are getting. Even just saying “Don’t worry we have a plan for supporting enterprise app developers” would be nice (assuming there is a plan)

    November 14, 2011

    Mark Fuqua writes:

    I am inches away from being done with Adobe forever. This past week has been painful to say the least. If you get a new CEO (please sign the petition http://www.change.org/petitions/adobe-systems-shantanu-narayen-to-step-down-as-ceo ), I might stick around…otherwise…I am going to the open source community for all my tooling.

    November 14, 2011

    flike writes:

    To speak frankly, HTML5 of Adobe is 。 which should develop the Adobe mobile version Flash Player which lacks in charm.
    By stop, the impression of HTML5 of Adobe is the worst.
    Unless development is continued for the mobile version Flash Player
    This HTML5 wrong impression is not lost.
    He wishes to develop for the Adobe mobile version Flash Player.

    November 15, 2011

    ProDesignTools writes:

    @Rob McKeown –

    Have you seen the newly-updated post over at the Flex Blog?

    http://blogs.adobe.com/flex/2011/11/your-questions-about-flex.html

    November 16, 2011

    Maneet Puri writes:

    The idea of generating HTML5 out of Flash Pro is really exciting, considering the current scenario where HTML 5 is widely used for web pages and mobile application developments. I think, Adobe is going in the right direction, provided the work in progress is successful as it facilitates easy access to users to all services, without any configuration restrictions on cross platform devices.

    November 16, 2011

    ando writes:

    HTML5 of Adobe does not get used to the mind to buy at all. He wishes the continuation of development of the mobile version Flashplayer.

    November 16, 2011

    leaves writes:

    He expects from the bottom of his heart that the contents written out from Flash by the mobile device operate.
    Conversion from Flash is not bad, either.
    However, an ideal is that Flash moves by the mobile version Flash Player too.

    November 17, 2011

    Flawless Pix writes:

    Thanks for the heads up on John Nacks blog. He’s a great writer. As a web designer and also a person who takes web design very seriously I am a huge supporter of all of Adobe products.

    November 25, 2011

    Halit writes:

    html5 is very creative

    December 21, 2011

    arslan writes:

    html5 helped much in safe browsing.
    html5 webpages are secured.

    July 24, 2012

    Peker Mert Öksüz writes:

    Thanks for the information, html 5 provides convenience to webdesigners and thats feature is amazing

    October 17, 2012

    Web Design Development writes:

    Pretty interesting topic. Thanks for sharing. This helped in knowing something new in HTML5.

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