15660 readersAdobe TV : Testing Mobile Content with Adobe Device Central Learn about testing content for deployment on mobile devices. See how Device Central enables testing content from Flash Pro, Illustrator, and other Creative Suite applications. Choose devices to test and perform round-trip editing of content.
7242 readersTo code on Flash Builder, design your asset on CS5 and test on Device Central CS5, you need to follow these steps from DevNet Just keep these in mind to make a DeviceCentral valid fileTo create a new file, use File>New and select 'Adobe Device Central' template, then select your mobile targetted (Nexus One)Be sure
3296 readersVia Scott Janousek, Adobe has posted a new Flash video tutorial: Testing Mobile Content with Adobe Device Central, the vidoe will teach your learn about testing content for deployment on mobile devices. See how Device Central enables testing content from Flash Pro, Illustrator, and other Creative Suite applications. Choose devices to test and perform round-trip
1854 readersMark Doherty over at Flash Mobile Blog has just posted the news that Adobe have release the seventh update to device profiles for Adobe Device Central CS3. Headline Numbers for this update: 261 profiles included 57 new devices updates to 204 existing profiles In total that makes 525 device profiles for you to create content
3120 readersThis new Fireworks CS5 article is about FXG 2.0 support in CS5 and in Fireworks, Flash Catalyst, and workflows. Read more
10444 readersAt Mobile World Congress 2010 Adobe announced Adobe AIR would support mobile devices by the end of this year. Adobe AIR, a key component of the Adobe Flash® Platform, enables developers to use a single development platform and reuse existing code to quickly build applications that run outside the browser, across multiple screens, devices and
1582 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.
11169 readersAn update release to Adobe AIR (version 2.5.1) is now available for Android via Android Market and for desktop platforms (Windows, Mac and Linux). This update release addresses a number of important issues described in our developer release notes. Important: For developers building AIR apps for Android devices, we recommend that you update your application
1421 readersHere is a new article on the Adobe DevNet: Beginner’s guide to deploying video on mobile devices with Flash Alessandro
5854 readersI'm very happy to announce that my latest book, Fireworks CS5 Classroom in a Book is now available!This revised edition builds on my first Classroom in a Book (CiaB), and covers new topics such as wireframing, working with Device Central, and exporting to Flash Catalyst.......
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