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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Adobe AIR’

Flash Player 16 Includes Important Updates

Adobe released Flash Player 16 last week. It comes with important bug and security fixes, and adds stand alone installation and plugin support for the PPAPI (“Pepper”) version of Flash Player. Before, this was only available as an integrated component of Chrome. “With the upcoming changes to Chromium, making the PPAPI version of Flash Player available was critical for our …

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Flash Player’s Worst Nightmare Is Now In Firefox Nightly

Adobe’s Flash Player is one of the few plugins on the Internet that won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. HTML5 has certainly tried to dethrone the Web video playback king, but it still lacks many of the features that make Flash so convenient. That might not be the case sooner rather than later though if Mozilla has its way. Ghacks …

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Flash Player 11.9, AIR 3.9 Beta Now Available

Do you like living on the edge? Does untested software excite you? If so, you might just want to enroll in a new beta rolling out this week. Adobe announced that the Flash Player 11.9 and AIR 3.9 betas are now available on Adobe Labs. The betas will provide users with a glimpse at some of the new features Adobe …

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Adobe Flash And AIR Updated With New Features

Adobe Flash and AIR are nigh inseparable these days. Developers wanting to create high quality Flash games for mobile devices use AIR to take advantage of the same technologies, and each update brings a number of enhancements to the platform. Adobe announced in July that Flash and AIR had both been updated with a number of new features and enhancements …

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Flash Player 11.7, AIR 3.7 Introduce New Features And Tools

Adobe continues its tireless march of improving its software with new updates being released for both Flash Player and AIR today. First, Flash Player is now up to version 11.7. The latest version introduces better security “through sandboxing enhancements.” The Flash Player team has also fixed “high priority bugs, and issues that were reported by our community and partners.” In …

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Mobile Game Development Is Easy And Profitable (If You’re Lucky)

It seems that everybody is going into mobile game development these days. The traditional console market is shrinking as more and more gamers tire of the same 6-year-old hardware. They’re beginning to look for new experiences that they can’t get anywhere else, and mobile games provide that experience. It’s a huge industry and developers stand to profit from it. A …

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Amazon Mobile App SDK Makes Nice With Adobe AIR

We recently reported on how Adobe AIR and Flash are being used to make the next generation of mobile titles. Now Amazon is tapping into these tools to bring its APIs to more people in mobile development. Amazon announced today that Adobe AIR native extensions for the In-App Purchasing and GameCircle APIs are now available to its mobile app developers. …

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Bingo Blitz Proves It’s Easy To Port Flash Applications To Mobile

Adobe made some controversial decisions regarding Flash last year. The company ceased development of Flash for Android, and instead made Adobe AIR the de facto development platform for mobile devices. Some developers may have resented that choice, but Adobe is here today to tell you that it’s not that bad. In a case study published on Thursday, Adobe looks to …

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Adobe Releases AIR And Flash Player Betas

Adobe is taking a two pronged approach to Web-based media going forward. The company has discontinued support for Flash on Android, but AIR is a more than worthy successor for the mobile Web. Flash is still going strong on desktop as it powers the future of Web-based video and gaming. To help test the future of these two platforms, Adobe …

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Adobe Flash Player 11.2 Puts Games At The Forefront

Adobe published a white paper last month that outlined their plans for the Flash Player in the future. One of the things mentioned was that the company was going to put an increased focus on gaming applications for Flash and AIR. They took their first step in that direction yesterday. Adobe announced yesterday the release of Flash Player 11.2 and …

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Adobe Outlines Future Of Flash Player And AIR

Adobe has been a leading player in creating tools for Web content creation for the past decade with Flash Player. With the emergence of HTML5 and other similar technologies, Adobe has to refocus their strategy on what Flash will mean two or three years from now. Adobe did just that today with the release of a roadmap for the future …

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