10391 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
4988 readersUpdate: The guys over at WURFL pointed out that there is a full_flash_support property that you can check to see if the device supports more than Flash Lite. Also the standard WURFL API can utilize various PHP caching mechanisms to make it much faster. I personally prefer the MySQL features and built-in caching of Tera-WURFL
1450 readersAdobe® Flash® Player is a cross-platform browser-based application runtime that delivers uncompromised viewing of expressive applications, content, and videos across screens and browsers. Flash Player 10.1 is optimized for high performance on mobile screens and designed to take advantage of native device capabilities, enabling richer and more immersive user experiences. Flash Player 10.1 for Solaris
101458 readersAnalytics is a natural asset of an efficient website. If you don’t collect, measure and analyze your internet data, you cannot maintain and optimize your web applications. Surprisingly, analytics are rarely used for Enterprise applications, and that’s shocking. IT services deliver complex applications, with a lot of screens, tabs and advanced navigation components and they
10745 readersWith the AIR 3.3 SDK, Flash developers can now create expressive mobile apps and native extensions that target iOS5.1. In addition, this new version of the AIR runtime includes packaging support for iOS5.1 on Windows as well as iPad3 retina display capabilities. Additional new AIR features include: USB debugging for AIR iOS
4925 readersAdobe is pleased to announce the availability of Adobe AIR 2.7 SDK and the Adobe AIR 2.7 runtimes. Adobe AIR 2.7 includes new features for both desktop and mobile applications with mobile support for Android 2.2+, BlackBerry Tablet OS* and iOS 4+ operating systems. Companies can build and deploy AIR 2.7 apps using Adobe Flash Builder
4454 readersAdobe is pleased to announce the availability of Adobe AIR 2.7 SDK and the Adobe AIR 2.7 runtimes. Adobe AIR 2.7 includes new features for both desktop and mobile applications with mobile support for Android 2.2+, BlackBerry Tablet OS* and iOS 4+ operating systems. Companies can build and deploy AIR 2.7 apps using Adobe Flash Builder
1529 readersWith the final releases of new Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2, Adobe is hosting a new series of free webinars introducing the new multi-screen web content and applications development capabilities of the Flash Platform. You will discover the exciting new features of Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 and learn the best practices [...]
3463 readersYou may love or hate Flash Player, but updated versions are never a bad thing. Adobe announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Flash Player 10.2 delivers beautiful HD video, faster graphics rendering, and high performance on mobile screens and is designed to take advantage of native device capabilities. This
6113 readersThe Adobe AIR 3 release candidate adds support for native extensions, allowing developers can create and use ActionScript libraries with native code to take advantage of platform and device specific native capabilities and APIs with easy integration into AIR applications. To learn more, read Extending Adobe AIR by Adobe Principal Scientist Oliver Goldman.
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