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CS5 Public Beta cancelled

December 18th 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

No christmas present to Flash users from Adobe this year. The team have decided to focus their efforts on the final version and that the pre-release beta testers are providing enough feedback to create a good product.


Solving clickTAG in Flash9+

December 01st 2009 | Andreas Ronning

I had a revelation today, and it makes me furious to the point of wall-climbing. I'm not going to mention names, but you know all that talk about how clickTAG doesn't work in Flash 9+? Complete sham.


AIR 2 and Flash Player 10.1 betas on Adobe Labs

November 17th 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

Today, Adobe released beta versions of their two major runtimes so that developers can test and play with them. Todays beta's are still missing a few of the features, but these will arrive soon. We talked to the senior product managers at Adobe ahead of the launch to see if we could find out more than what's known already such as the new Peer to Peer features.


ActionScript 3 Development Task Contest (AS3DTC)

November 11th 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

It's been a while since there was a fun and informal Actionscript contest as those that existed have kind of died out. Here's one with a twist! Adobe evangelist Mike Chambers worked on a piece of code this weekend and wondered how others would go about solving the same problem. Why not make a competition out of it?


Flash for the IPhone!

October 05th 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

At the Adobe MAX keynote the announcement everyone was hoping and waiting for - Flash on the iPhone is coming! It won't be Flash Player in the browser, but you will be able to use Flash to author iPhone applications that runs natively on the iPhone.


New Flash Player info and Beta releases on Adobe Labs

October 05th 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

As a warm-up to the Adobe MAX conference, Adobe today released details about Flash Player 10.1 for desktop and mobile and updated beta versions of Flash Builder, Flash Catalyst, Coldfusion, the Flex 4 SDK and Livecycle Data Services.


Flash Platform Services announced

September 21st 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

Today Adobe announced Flash Platform Services a brand new business area that aims to make things easier for Flash and Flex developers. The first service out enables easy sale, sharing, deployment and tracking of content across Facebook, MySpace, AIR applications and mobile.