1456 readersAdobe and HP have just launched a new video showing Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.0 running on the slick, new HP Slate tablet device. The video shows several types of content and is a great preview of what is capable when a device fully supports the web. Lee
6713 readersAdobe and HP have just launched a new video showing Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2.0 running on the slick, new slate device from HP. The video shows several types of content and is a great preview of what is capable when a device fully supports the web. Lee
1133 readersBe sure to check out a very exciting blog post highlighting both Flash Player and Adobe AIR running on HP's upcoming slate device. Alan Tam, a product marketing manager here at Adobe, demonstrated both Flash Player and Adobe AIR applications running on the device:
5468 readersBe sure to check out a very exciting blog post highlighting both Flash Player and Adobe AIR running on HP's upcoming slate device. Alan Tam, a product marketing manager here at Adobe, demonstrated
21783 readersBuilding games for mobile devices with various operating systems is one of the biggest challenges for developers. Creative Suite 5.5 makes it easier and allows you to deploy games that run across Android, BlackBerry Tablet OS, and iOS. You can also test your game with different resolutions and DPIs using device profiles in Flash Builder.
12097 readersThere was so much exciting news to come out of Barcelona this week if you are a fan of mobile devices. We saw Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR both announced on the Android platform. As I’m sure you have seen from the demos, not only are these technologies running on Android, but they are
4134 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
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
130646 readersThe screen size of a tablet device is much bigger than a smartphone one. It’s very close to a desktop one. If you plan to develop a mobile application and run it on smarphones and tablets, you need to adapt the UI (your views) for several reasons: user experience, performance and usability. Usually, you carry
25377 readers This is probably old news to most of you, but I have redesigned gotoAndLearn() and have also been busy adding new tutorials. You can now filter the tutorials to show only HTML5 tutorials or only Flash tutorials. I plan on adding more filter options soon as well. The new design is based on the great
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