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27Jul
2017
Joseph Labrecque On Flash And HTML5

Following the recent announcement of Flash's planned end-of-life, we chatted with author and Flash-guruJoseph Labrecque about What to expect when converting Flash to HTML5.

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25Jul
2017
On Flash's EOL

Today we announced that we're planning to end-of-life Flash at the end of 2020. This blog post explains the how and why in detail.

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8Dec
2016
Flash Player 24 Beta Available

The betas of Flash Player 24 and AIR 24, code named VanNess, have been posted to Adobe Labs. This beta also contains additional deliverables for Flash Player on Linux.

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19Oct
2016
Updated Flash 23 On Labs

Updated versions of the betas of Flash Player 23 and AIR 23, code named Underwood, have been posted to Adobe Labs.

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10Aug
2016
Updated Flash And AIR 23 Beta On Labs

Updated versions of the betas of Flash Player 23 and AIR 23, code named Underwood, have been posted to Adobe Labs.

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16May
2016
Flash Player 22 In Beta

The beta of Flash Player 22, code named Townsend, has been posted to Adobe Labs. This beta release includes new features as well as enhancements and bug fixes related to security, stability, performance, and improved device compatibility.

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22Apr
2016
Flash Player 21 Beta Update

Updated versions of the betas of Flash Player 21 and AIR 21, code named Sutter, have been posted to Adobe Labs. This beta release includes new features as well as enhancements and bug fixes related to security, stability, performance, and device compatibility for Flash Player 21.

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10Apr
2016
Joseph Lowery On Dreamweaver And Animate

Joseph Lowery has posted an article on how OpenAjax Metadata (or OAM) can be used to bridge the world of Animate CC and Dreaweaver CC.

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19Mar
2016
Flash And AIR 21 Betas Updated

Updated versions of the betas of Flash Player 21 and AIR 21, code named Sutter, have been posted to Adobe Labs.

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8Feb
2016
Say Hello To Animate CC

Goodbye Flash Pro, hello Animate CC. Rich Lee explains all in this post.

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