2011 Some Details On Project Edge
"Project Edge" is a prototype tool for creating standards based transitions and animation, and when we first sneaked it at MAX 2010 the response was overwhelmingly positive. Since then we've been hard at work on "Project Edge", and we've just started to share more details in this Adobe Edge story, as well as on Adobe TV in segments entitled Introducing Project Edge and Project Edge: Web standards-based animation and motion.
2011 Serge Jespers Interviews Paul Gubbay Re HTML5
Paul Gubbay is Adobe's VP of Design and Web Engineering. You may recall that I interviewed him (and John Resig) during the MAX 2010 Day 2 keynote, and we chatted about HTML5, jQuery, and more. Well, Paul has been interviewed again, this time at FITC by fellow Adobe evangelist Serge Jespers:
2011 2 Important Adobe Labs Releases
New to Adobe Labs today:
- Flash Player 10.3 beta includes new privacy protection features as well as support for acoustic echo cancellation and improved auto-update.
- Wallaby prerelease is an experimental technology (first sneaked at MAX 2010) that converts the artwork and animation contained in Flash Pro (FLA) files into HTML.
2011 Kevin Lynch On The Multiscreen Revolution
Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch has posted his thoughts on the multiscreen revolution based on his MAX 2010 opening keynote.
2011 The Register On Adobe, Open Source, and jQuery
Back at MAX 2010 I chatted John Resig about Adobe's contributions to jQuery Mobile. This topic came up again this week at Mobile World Congress amidst discussions about Adobe and HTML5, and The Register has posted an article on the subject as well as the whole over-hyped HTML5 / Flash "controversy".
2011 Gamasutra On Flash, Upcoming 3D APIs, And Gaming
2010 Want A PlayBook? Build An App
RIM has announced that starting today, developers can submit their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet apps to the BlackBerry App World vendor portal. And as announced at Adobe MAX 2010 a few weeks ago, developers who create an application for the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet (one that is approved for distribution through BlackBerry App World prior to the tablet's initial release) are eligible for a free BlackBerry PlayBook tablet. And yes, you build apps using Flash Builder. In fact, most of your AIR development skills will be put to good use when developing for the PlayBook.
2010 The Making Of Technology Street
The Adobe MAX 2010 Day 2 keynote Technology Street segment was memorable and a lot of fun to create. It also involved an incredible amount of work, set creators, writers, puppeteers, cameramen, and more. We spent a full day in the studio creating the segment, and I just posted some pictures to give you some insight into the sacrifices we have to make. ;-)
2010 A Couple Of Significant Flash Related Posts
First, the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog has announced significant enhancements to how Google indexes SWF files. This comes on top of work with Google two years ago, and enhancements last year, and as the post notes, Google is not done yet.
2010 Adobe MAX 2010 Wins Innovation Award
WebProfessionals.org and MobileInnovators.org announced that Adobe MAX 2010 is the winner of WebProfessionals.org annual Mobile Innovators Award, recognizing Adobe and its annual MAX Conference as the leading event for technology and creative professionals.