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LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3 Announced By Adobe

Adobe LiveCycle helps businesses and governments automate document creation and other business processes. With the new release of LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3, Adobe is promising software that can help organizations and government agencies “extend the value of existing business systems and processes.” LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3 is boasting new features in the form of “enhanced data services for building enterprise …

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Adobe Illustrator Celebrates 25 Years

Out of all the Adobe programs we used in my newspaper design class, it was Illustrator that I enjoyed using the most. It was by far the most refined program that made line drawing easy and fun. I guess a program gets pretty close to perfection when it’s 25-years-old. Adobe announced yesterday the 25th anniversary for Illustrator. The program launched …

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Adobe Explains Shadow DOM And Web Components

Building a Web site is hard unless you’ve spent a fair amount of time pouring over HTML, Javascript, CSS and recently, HTML5, to learn the basics. One of the major complaints levied against the complexity of building Web sites is the use of iframes to separate code from each other. Shadow DOM makes that task simpler. According to Dmitri Glazkov, …

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Adobe Photoshop CS6 Enters Public Beta

Adobe, as a company, is never one to rest on its laurels. They are constantly improving their software and they want their users to give them the feedback they need to make it the best it can be. Adobe announced the launch of the Photoshop CS6 open beta today. What does an open beta mean to you? Anybody can download …

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Adobe Reveals Full Line-up for SXSW

Adobe will host the following panel discussions at SXSW this week. If you are in Austin, check them out… The Future of Access to Digital Broadcast Video Friday, March 9, 2012, 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Austin Convention Center Room 9 ABC A Panel of Media Professionals will help Adobe professionals understand accessibility requirements and how to better implement them. Presenters …

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Adobe LeanPrint Software Promises Quality

Yesterday Adobe announced a new printing solution that will give consumers enterprise quality printing capability with the addition of nothing but a software upgrade. Adobe claims there system is environmentally friendly and could save consumers as much as 40% on printing and paper costs. They also announced that they will partnering with Toshiba America Business Solutions (TABS) to distribute their …

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 Launches Today

Adobe is making professional photographers’ jobs much easier as they announce the release of Photoshop Lightroom 4. Photoshop Lightroom 4 is lauching today for $149 and only $79 for the upgrade. The photo management software is getting a number of improvements that should increase workflow. Before you go jumping in to using Lightroom 4, it should be noted that support …

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Star Wars Identities Rorschach Video Captures Attention From Adobe

OK, this was uploaded in November, so if you’ve already seen it, feel free to move along, but it doesn’t look like it got a whole lot of attention, which is surprising. I know we have a lot of Star Wars fans reading WebProNews, so it seems worth passing along to those who haven’t seen it yet. I have to …

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Photoshop Touch Now Available For iPad 2

Photoshop is a fun little program that has inspired many works of art and many convincing fake images. Unfortunately, users were tethered to their desktops or laptops when they wanted to make hilarious “Nope, Chuck Testa” images. Starting today, users can now make them on the go. Adobe announced on the Photoshop blog today that Photoshop Touch for iPad 2 …

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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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How To Create An iPad App Using Adobe Captivate

Adobe is sharing a video demonstrating how to create an iPad app using Adobe Captivate, the company’s eLearning software. It shows how to publish the project to a Flash file, convert it to HTML5, then convert it into an iPad app and test it using Adobe PhoneGap. Adobe is also hosting a Captivate HTML5 contest. “This is a great opportunity …

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Adobe’s Acquisition of Efficient Frontier Now Complete

In November, Adobe announced its intent to acquire Efficient Frontier to bolster its digital marketing strategy, something the company seems to have been more focused on with recent acquisitions and partnerships (such as its partnership with OptiMine Software and its acquisition of Auditude). Today, Adobe announced that the Efficient Frontier acquisition is complete. “The acquisition of Efficient Frontier adds cross-channel …

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