1818 readersBoth the iPhone and Android Web browsers are built using the same technology, WebKit. With this in mind, you can create Web sites optimized for WebKit that will run on both phones. The focus of this article is animation for the mobile phone. We will cover CSS3, SVG and CANVAS techniques you can use today.
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
2849 readersAs you probably know, Apple’s iPad tablet goes on sale tomorrow as well as many other tablets and smartphones becoming available or are already available. The issue (and opportunity) from a designer/developer standpoint is how create and monetize apps across screens without reinventing the wheel every time. Well, Adobe Creative Suite 5 and Flash Player
6640 readersThe Flex 4.6 release builds on the mobile capabilities introduced in Flex 4.5, enabling you to: Create tablet apps with multiple views and adaptive layouts. Use new tablet focused UI components, including Callout, SpinnerList, and ToggleButton controls. Add text inputs with OS-specific interfaces and interactions to your apps. Leveraging these new capabilities, you can create
39830 readersWe’re excited to announce the updated Flash Player 11.1 for Android devices, which will be followed by an AIR 3.1 update shipping next week. These introduce full support for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), including the new Galaxy Nexus. These updates will be available on the Android Market. AIR 3.1 brings immersive, beautiful apps powered by
12671 readersA quick follow up on my last post. Here’s two video demos of the app (FormFactorStyles.fxp) showing how to write a single app that targets phones and tablets using the Flex SDK and Flash Builder 4.5.1. The first video shows how I apply separate phone and tablet skins using the CSS technique seen here. The
11801 readersAdobe is pleased to announce at the Adobe MAX 2010 conference the availability of Adobe AIR 2.5 for televisions, tablets, smartphones and desktop operating systems. Adobe AIR 2.5 now supports: Smartphones and tablets based on BlackBerry® Tablet OS, Android™ and iOS Desktops running on Windows®, Macintosh and Linux® operating systems Televisions with Samsung as the first television manufacturer
2340 readersTonight Adobe announced AIR for Android at Mobile World Congress. The new AIR runtime allows any Flash/Flex developer to create standalone applications on Android. The runtime is very fast and is highly optimized for low cpu and low memory conditions on mobile devices. Given the explosion of Android devices, developers will be able to widely
10923 readersYeap, that’s the problem! Flash developers are not Mobile developers! The mobile developer thinking is very different from other developers. In the mobile world, fragmentation is mobile! You must enbrace it not fight it ! You won’t find anyone on the planet, about 4 billions mobile phones, who have 2 equal phones with the same
1692 readersThe idea for Conqu was hashed long before the Android or Blackberry tablets were even a rumor. However, the idea sat on the back burner for several years until finally the first production tablet devices were on demo at Adobe MAX in late 2010. At that point the hardware finally caught up to the requirements
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