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I found this today and it looks pretty impressive.
"Let’s face it. The gesture API for Adobe AIR is mediocre at best. Here’s a look at something better, a framework that will allow you to create regions for custom gestures. Controlling where you want to pick up touch events. It will utilize multi-touch, gesture and accelerometer controls all in one package. Control your games and applications in a snap."
Thanks to Gilles Guillemin for the tip - http://www.flexstuff.co.uk - Twitter @gillesguillemin
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Check these videos on how Flash CS6 can be used to genegate HTML5 using the CreateJS framework. The Flash IDE is still the perfect tool for creating rich animations, with toolkit you can convert Flash animations to HTML5. There is a bit of work and optimisation required but the workflow is really simple.
Part 2: Adding Game Interactivity
Adobe have release a public beta of AIR 2, building on the capabilities of AIR 1.5 the features available in AIR 2.0 beta are :
Adobe AIR 2 beta on Labs
Adobe Web Platform team announce Adobe & HTML, a new site giving lots of information on what Adobe is working on around Web Standards, WebKit, PhoneGap and other technoligies. The website is http://html.adobe.com
Well it's official now that we have a "Hello World" post in our blog.
If you have a license for CS4 and would like to try your hand at learning or using Flex 3 you're in luck.
Adobe has agreed to give a free copy of Flex 3 to anyone who owns a copy of any CS4 suite of products. Visit the link below and fill out the necessary forms.
I know from out previous meetings there is a great deal of interest in Flash Catlyst, Andrew Shorten had posted a great article on Adobe Devnet here is a link to the article.
The Flash Catalyst Public Beta is available on Adobe Labs
Have you tried the HTML5 authoring tools on Adobe Labe.
Everyhing is going in the HTML5 direction at the moment, it is worth looking at Muse http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/muse/ and Edge http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/edge/. Both have a bit furhter to go until they can be used to develop production ready apps but are great starts.
Lets hope HTML5 adopt more of the Flash capabilities.
ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder were released to Adobe labs back in July. Having played around with ColdFusion Builder and being a bit reluctant to use yet another IDE I have to say that I am impressed with the features available especially debugging and the ability to add ColdFusion extensions to the IDE. In addition ColdFusion Builder integrates seamlessly with ColdFusion 9 server.
Ben Forta explains some of these features in this video here.
Try it yourselves and we can discuss at one of our upcoming meetings.
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