1835 readersRIM has just announced the company's first tablet. The PlayBook runs BlackBerry Tablet OS, and also supports full Flash 10.1 for uncompromised web browsing. And Adobe Labs has just posted a Flash Platform Development for BlackBerry Tablet OS page to help you prep for this new device and platform.
3820 readers2010 is quickly coming to a close. It has been a year that has shown the rise of mobile applications, new tablet devices, HTML5, cloud based service wars, virtual reality video game consoles, augmented reality, new set top boxes, 3D...
13448 readersHere’s a nice review of the ExoPC tablet that runs Windows 7 (with a UI overlay). It also supports in-browser Flash 10.1.
4719 readersFrom the graphic which post on RIM Blackberry Tablet Will Support Flash we can know, iPhone hold more and more smartphone market share and being one of the most popular electronic gadget,it has created a stir in the market. Same with windows OS, people started using it, then designers started using iPhone stock image [...]
14698 readersAmong the dozens of Android tablets coming to market this Spring, Toshiba has a Android tablet offering. It will be supporting Flash, among several other features. Adobe Open Screen Project partners (like Toshiba) are using Flash to differentiate themselves from what some are calling the market leader (i.e. iPad).
1162 readersClient + Cloud technologies have been quickly evolving and maturing. The combination of Flex and Salesforce.com continue to lead the way for next generation Client + Cloud applications. Recently I did a Webinar on The Flash Platform and Salesforce.com with Dave Carroll from Salesforce. If you missed it you can watch the [...]
1256 readerseWeek is running an article entitled Picking the Perfect Tablet: 10 Must-Have Features. Here's item #9: 9. Flash Support Adobe's Flash has been panned by Apple as a potential security risk that the company's iOS platform doesn't need. But further inspection of Flash running on Android OS reveals that iOS does need it. And for
1334 readersThe combination of Flex and The Cloud is quickly becoming an IT and paradigm changing combination. Here are a number of recently published resources for learning more about this : An article I wrote has been published on the online Flash & Flex Developer’s Magazine: Flex and The Cloud: Is this really just Client/Server 2.0?
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
119267 readersYou may remember one of my previous posts about LCDS Messaging on tablet devices, well I went further with porting these demos and this time I brought also: CRM, Inventory Management and Notes to tablets. Not only I ported these but I also published it...
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