Shortly before the release of Adobe CS5 Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen, commenting on Apples’ decision not to support Flash in their iOS, said that all the customers worldwide want flash support on their devices because Flash is synonymous with Internet (more…)
Apple finally allowed applications created in Flash to the App Store. Until recently this issue was one of battlegrounds between Apple and Adobe. Developing their Creative Suite 5 Adobe had been preparing a great surprise for developers. Adobe Flash Professional CS5 authoring tool contained a Packager for iOS devices that provided a possibility to easily deliver applications created with Flash Professional CS5 and also Adobe AIR SDK 2.0.1 for iOS devices. (more…)
Adobe is quite optimistic about CS5 release. Adobe CEO, Shantanu Narayen, in his interview with the Fox Business News said: “All the customers that we have talked to are incredible excited about the upcoming launch”. One of the aspects that make this launch particularly meaningful for Adobe is that they are updating flash player so that their “publisher partners and customers can actually distribute their content to the variety of devices that are emerging”. (more…)
Adobe is no longer planning to release a public beta of Adobe Flash Professional CS5. This is a change from the plan that announced in October at Adobe MAX 2009. (more…)
Adobe Flash Professional CS5 will enable you to build applications for iPhone and iPod touch using ActionScript These applications can be delivered to iPhone and iPod touch users through the Apple AppStore.
Flash On The Beach 2009 (FOTB09)