3027 readersSo, the Interwebs is all a buzz again around the latest article that “proves” that Flash will not be useful on mobile devices (much less the iPad). From the article: Current Flash sites could never be made work well on any touchscreen device, and this cannot be solved by Apple, Adobe, or magical new hardware. That’s not
1196 readersIn response to my post on Mouse Events and hover in Flash Player content on touch devices, John Gruber (daringfireball.net) raises an issue: The problem, though, for a hypothetic Flash plugin that renders pages within web pages (as on traditional desktop browsers), is how to tell whether a tap-and-drag within a Flash element is supposed
4128 readersToday I wanted to look at a more recent misperception around Flash. That is the idea that Flash cannot work on devices with touch screens. If you know your Flash history then you will probably find this a bit ironic, considering that Flash was originally created specifically for tablets with touch inputs. Regardless, lets take
3469 readersThe new release of Flex "Hero" opens up a whole world of possibilities for mobile development - especially on Android. By default, Flex mobile components handle touch and touch and drag for scrolling automatically, meaning that you don't end up with unusable scroll bars and such for your mobile applications. These are handled the same
8094 readersTo create layout which scales across multiple devices, We dont always use the same content or images across the smaller screen size devices. It is wise to use minimal content in small screen devices. So while creating responsive design!! means loading different stylesheet pages or applying different styles for the content. We want remove some
3184 readersBug fixed for IE in HTML mode when zoomDragMode (FlexPaper Zine) was set to false Fixed an issue related to ‘BookView’ and recreating annotations Issue fixed related to the text not being sharp when opening Zine in full screen for the HTML5 mode Improved script and css directory detection to better support moving the flexpaper
8049 readersDiscover three Adobe AIR applications that showcase the new Multi-touch API of the Flash Player 10.1.
1684 readersNexus One running Flash Player 10.1 from Ralph Hauwert on Vimeo. This is a video of the Nexus One with a pre-release version of Adobe Flash Player 10.1. It does not represent the final quality of the Flash Player on this specific device. But it's pretty good as is! This is the Nexus One running
18736 readersToday we are happy to announce that Flash Player 10.2 will be available for download via Android Market on March 18th. Flash Player 10.2 is a production GA (General Availability) release for Android 2.2 (Froyo) and 2.3 (Gingerbread) devices which meet the Flash Player hardware system requirements. It is initially a beta release for Android
1811 readersAdobe has posted a new article about all Flash Player 10.1 device, the devices include: Google™ Nexus One™, HTC Evo™ 4G, HTC Desire, DROID 2 by Motorola, DROID by Motorola and DROID X by Motorola. I have posted a new page in our blog sidebar "Flash Player 10.1 device", you can visit this page get
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