All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Flash’

Flash Pro For Creative Cloud Gets Major Update

In early May, Adobe said that it was moving its creative suite exclusively to Creative Cloud so that it could provide faster updates. It turns out developers and artists didn’t have to wait long after all as Adobe has released a major Creative Cloud update that includes enhancements for all of its CS software including Flash Pro. So, what’s new …

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Unity Game Engine to End Flash Support

It appears that Apple has been right all along that Flash is not the future of the web. Unity this week announced that it will be phasing out support for Adobe Flash development. Unity is a multi-platform game engine that is capable of producing games for consoles, PCs, touch devices, and the web. In particular, the engine has been used …

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Learn How To Use Stage3D In Flash 11

Flash 11 introduced a new development architecture called Stage3D that allows developers to bring “stunning visuals across desktop browsers and iOS and Android apps enabling advanced 2D and 3D capabilities.” The technology allowed one creator to make some incredible interactive projects. Peter Shand cooperated with three organizations – RESN, Circul8 and Imagination – in 2012 to create various interactive video …

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Update Flash Now: Abobe Just Patched Two Security Holes

Java and Internet Explorer have both been rocked with some pretty nasty zero day exploits earlier in the year, but they’re not the only software that gets hit with exploits. Adobe’s Flash is frequently targeted by hackers as well, and said hackers have been having their way with it recently thanks to two zero day exploits. Computer World reports that …

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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 Game Jam Shows Off The Latest Flash Development Tools

Earlier this month, Adobe added its popular game development tools to its Creative Cloud membership program. The move will help lower the entry barrier into developing with Flash as it lets developers have access to every Adobe CS6, Web and game development tool for a low monthly fee. On top of that, Adobe hosted a Game Jam that proves its …

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AdWords Now Lets You Convert Flash Ads To HTML5

Google recently launched a new feature in AdWords that lets advertisers convert Flash ads to HTML5, potentially saving time and money. “In this increasingly multi-screen world, it’s important for marketers to easily run ads that reach people on different devices,” says Google Display Ads product manager Ashley Jiang. “But with different specs and standards across platforms, this can currently be …

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Today Is The Last Day To Get Flash For Android

We all knew this day was coming. It was going to be hard to accept, but Adobe told us all to move on. Android 4.1 users didn’t have a choice, but 4.0 and below were still able to download Flash Player for Android. That luxury will be going away tomorrow. Wednesday, August 15 is the promised day. Adobe will be …

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Adobe May Have Dropped Flash Support For Android, But You Don’t Have To

You may remember last month when Adobe announced that Jelly Bean was not going to get Flash. Ice Cream Sandwich was going to be the last version of Android to have official support for Flash and the software was only going to be up on Google Play until August 15. It will be gone forever after that. Some people did …

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Sit A Spell And Let Me Tell You The Tale Of HTML5 [Infographic]

Since its introduction in 2008, HTML5 has been heralded as the future of the Web. No longer would we be held back by individual plugins like Flash. The Web would be a free and open place with the many APIs provided by HTML5 leading the way. Where did the Web revolution start and where is it going? Let this lovely …

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Flash Player Updater Is Now Less Annoying

We reported this morning on the new Flash Player 11.2 update that’s beneficial to developers, especially for games. None of that really affected the end user of Flash though. There was another update brought along with Flash 11.2 that does. Adobe announced some changes to its Flash Player Updater. This is the little annoying box that pops up every time …

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