The Adobe Animate team is excited to announce the last version of Adobe Animate CC. This new version simplifies the creation of animation and gives animators the ability to create more realistic interactive animations experiences.
We had the pleasure recently of connecting with interactive software engineer Joseph Labrecque to learn more about his thoughts on Animate CC, converting Flash to HTML5 and what type of content should be converted.
In order to leverage the latest technologies and industry standards, future versions of Adobe Bridge CC (starting in Q2 2017) will support HTML 5 plug-ins based on the Adobe Common Extensibility Platform (CEP), and will end support for Flash/ActionScript based plug-ins.
Earlier this month, Adobe released several new enhancements to Creative Cloud Libraries including improved sharing of public libraries, Adobe Stock visual search of similar images that appear in your library panel, and the ability to archive and restore libraries.
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We are excited to announce the availability of read-only access when you collaborate with Creative Cloud Libraries and Creative Cloud Files on mobile, desktop, and the web. We are also pleased to support patterns, a new Library asset type, created in Adobe Capture CC and available for use in Adobe Photoshop CC.