Discover the hidden powers of HTML inside Photoshop Panels

Adobe Configurator 3 makes it easy to create custom panels for Photoshop and Illustrator. What you might not know is just how much you can do with HTML inside a Photoshop panel, not just look at a Web page but run powerful scripts and capaibilities. If you are programmer, web developer or just want to see what’s possible this panel is for you. The HTML Sample Panel is available exclusively from Adobe Exchange and you can modify it to you heart’s content with Configurator 3 as it is a sample file you can download.

We look forward to seeing what you come up with and seeing your panels on Adobe Exchange.

Jonathan Ferman | Product Manager

6 Responses to Discover the hidden powers of HTML inside Photoshop Panels

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  2. Alan Shutko says:

    Now that Illustrator has had the big UI rewrite, can we hope that Configurator support is not too far away?

    • ferman says:

      Hi Alan,

      While we have discussed this with the Illustrator team they fear it will be a lot of work to support Configurator. We want to do some more investigation on our side but it would help if we know how much demand there would be in supporting Illustrator in Configurator. If its lots of users I think the Illustrator team would be more focused on this. From my perspective it definitely the next Adobe product we want to support with Configurator but I cannot give any kind of support timeframe.

  3. Allen Cobb says:

    You can add my vote for Configurator in Illustrator. It would make script support hugely more useful, and would allow us to organize the bazillion features in ways that fit our own workflows. But it’s a chicken-egg thing, I’m afraid. Nobody knows much about what Configurator could do, because there aren’t any examples. Maybe a few well-designed panels would help, perhaps circulated as “sketches” of possible future functionality. That kind of thing is not entirely without precedent…

  4. GeorgeR says:

    Ignoring Configurator for a moment – what versions of Photoshop support having HTML panels?

    • ferman says:

      Photoshop CC and Premiere Pro CC will be the first products to support true HTML5 panels with many more products adding HTML panel support in the coming months.