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Blog posts made in June 2012
29Jun
2012
Ali Raza's Adobepedia

Adobe Certified Expert Ali Raza wrote to tell me that he had created Adobepedia, a free educational mobile application (iOS, Android and BlackBerry Tablet) that offers a minimalistic but intuitive approach to explore Adobe, its products, tutorials, tips and tricks, video lectures and everything in between.

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25Jun
2012
Welcome To Brackets

Brackets is an open-source editor for web design and development built on top of web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The project was created and is maintained by Adobe, and is released under an MIT License. You can read more in this blog post.

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22Jun
2012
Microsoft Guidance For Flash Content In Windows 8

As had been previously announced, when using Windows 8, Internet Explorer 10 on the desktop and Metro style IE use the same integrated Adobe Flash Player with no need to download or install an additional player. Microsoft has just published important Developer Guidance for Web Sites with Flash Content in Windows 8.

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20Jun
2012
Adobe Shadow Labs Release 3 Now Available

Adobe Shadow is a new inspection and preview tool that allows front-end web developers and designers to work faster and more efficiently by streamlining the preview process, making it easier to customize websites for mobile devices. The Shadow team has announced that Labs Release 3 is now available for download.

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18Jun
2012
Brian Rinaldi Explains Multi Device Testing With Shadow

If you've ever built a mobile website, you know that testing and debugging across multiple devices can be cumbersome and, at times, downright painful. Adobe Shadow helps resolve this by giving you the ability to easily control browsing across multiple devices. It then complements this with debugging and inspection tools that enhance your ability to determine the exact causes of any issues. Once you integrate Shadow into your development workflow, you quickly start to see how much Shadow improves that workflow when testing browser-based applications on devices. The more devices you need to test for your web app, the more time and effort Shadow saves you. Our very own Brian Rinaldi explains all in his new ADC article Browser testing across devices with Adobe Shadow.

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15Jun
2012
ColdFusion Positions In VA

The US Postal Service in Arlington, VA has three ColdFusion related positions to fill:

  • A ColdFusion Migration Subject Matter Expert (SME) to spearhead the ColdFusion 10 upgrade.Requirements include experience with ColdFusion administration and upgrades, and experience with very large ColdFusion appreciation environments.
  • An Application Security Subject Matter Expert (SME) to access and mitigate the ColdFusion security environment. This position requires expertise in Federal Information Security Act (FISMA), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Information Security Guidelines, as well as information security federal laws, regulation, guidelines, and industry best practices.
  • A Project Manager who has managed a ColdFusion upgrade previously.

For more information contact recruiter Patrick Caldwell at Digital Intelligence Systems Corporation DISYS.

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13Jun
2012
Webinars On Developing iOS Apps And Games With Adobe AIR 3.3

We're hosting a series of webinars in which you will learn how to build and debug your first Flash based application for iOS. You will also learn how to measure and improve the performance of your Flash based applications or games with Monocle. Registration is required.

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12Jun
2012
ColdFusion Security Hotfix Posted

We just released security hotfix APSB12-15 for ColdFusion 9.0.1, 9.0, 8.0.1, and 8.0 for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX. This update resolves an HTTP response splitting vulnerability in the ColdFusion Component Browser.

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12Jun
2012
Adobe AIR And Supporting Multiple Screen Sizes

If you are using AIR to build mobile apps, then you need to deal with the (ever growing) array of device screen sizes out there. Whether you're adapting a web based game to run on iOS, or writing an app from scratch for tablets, if you want your app to be broadly available you'll need to support at least a few different screen resolutions. Sarah Northway (of Northway Games) shares some of the tips and tricks she used to get her game Rebuild to run on the plethora of mobile devices out there.

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11Jun
2012
ColdFusion 10 Developer Week Recordings

ColdFusion 10 Developer Week has concluded, but the recordings are now online.

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