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Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite will add support for the Newsstand application of iOS 5 -- which is expected to be launched this fall.
Adobe recently announced that its Digital Publishing Suite will add support for Apple’s new Newsstand application, which will be featured in the forthcoming iOS 5. The said app will have a bookshelf interface that is similar to iBooks. It is designed to serve as a hub that organizes and collates magazines and latest subscription content. The current news are expected to appear automatically on the background. The Newsstand also comes with a browse function, allowing users to search and acquire new subscriptions.
Apple pointed out that the Newsstand application is the new key feature of iOS 5. Through the help of Adobe’s software, publishers will be able to create digital versions of their magazines or print apps that instantly delivers content to the app on iOS devices.Read the rest of the article »
Adobe rolls out for public preview its HTML5 web animations tool, the Adobe Edge!
However, the company doesn’t see this as their way of caving in with the Flash vs HTML5 battle, since both technologies are still used by today’s web designers and developers.
Adobe Edge aims to provide the tools that will aid professionals to create web animations and – in the future – even simple games. But as of now, the software will focus on its core animation engine.Read the rest of the article »
Adobe is now pushing updates for their Flash Builder and Flex framework to develop apps for iPhones, iPads, and BlackBerry PlayBook.
Adobe is now updating its application development software product, Flash Builder, and the open source, Flex framework, to enable developers build applications for iPhone, iPad and Blackberry Playbook. That is following the support for the Android platform that was added last April.
The Flash Builder (4.5) and Flex (4.5) are offered as stand alone products of Creative Suite 5.5 Web Premium and Master Collection. Flash Builder also supports application development for Android, Blackberry PlayBook and iOS. Now, developers can use Adobe to create apps that can work across the web, desktop and various tablets and smartphones — granting them the ability to reuse almost all of their existing codes and use common logic across all platform.Read the rest of the article »
Adobe Photoshop finally jumps on board the tablet express.
It was a long wait, but it was all worth it. Adobe has finally jumped on board the realm of tablets, as it unveils the first three Photoshop Touch apps for the medium: Eazle, Color Lava and Nav. The apps are heading to the iPad sometime in May, so rack up your creative juices as you prepare for Adobe Photoshop on the iPad.
But this isn’t precisely the Adobe Photoshop CS5 that we’re using on our PCs per se. Instead, this is Photoshop Touch Software Development Kit (SDK). Photoshop Touch SDK allows third-party applications to communicate with the Adobe Photoshop CS5 on the PC at real time. This means you can turn your iPads (and soon Honeycomb tablets) into a control surface to edit images.
Check out the short descriptions of the Photoshop apps, right after the break!Read the rest of the article »
Adobe acknowledged another flaw on their Flash player, as Mila Parkour reported the bug. Users must be aware of some PDF files that are sleeping inside their computers. Or else it may drop a bomb.
Adobe confirmed today that hackers are exploiting a critical un-patched bug in Flash Player. According to a security advisory issued by the company: “There are reports that this vulnerability is being actively exploited in the wild against Adobe Reader and Acrobat.”
Mila Parkour, an independent security researcher, reported that a malicious PDF file document exploits the bug in Reader, then drops a malware on the victimized machine. All versions of Flash on Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android carries the bug by the “Authplay” component of Reader and Acrobat 9.x. And while no patch is available yet, users can protect themselves by deleting the authplay.dll. However, it will crash the Reader and Acrobat when it access a file that contains a Flash content.
Adobe promised to issue a fix by November 9, and will update the Reader and Acrobat a week after that.View Article Source »
"Flash Player 10.1 is available on Android and Google TV today, with BlackBerry platform, HP webOS 2.0, future versions of Windows® Phone, LiMo, MeeGo, and Symbian OS also expected to support Flash Player 10.1." ---Official words from Adobe
Adobe just announced that version of Flash are now on its way to major smartphone OS. After it is done, the world wide mobile industry can access Flash operated websites. This technology will allow you to open Flash games, navigations, and video. This operation has been in demand for so many years and finally the wait is over.
Mos of Google’s Android OS 2.2 has already made use of this plug-in and now there’s HP Palm Pre 2. Adobe didn’t give out details on when are the company is releasing versions for BlackBerry OS, Microsoft’s Windows Phone, the Symbian OS, or Nokia/Intel’s MeeGo.Read the rest of the article »
When two worlds collide,it will definitely clash. But if it is for the benefits of both ends, surely, we'll see success. Adobe and Microsoft, recently met and talked about the future of their respective companies. There might be something that they are planning to execute. Their main targets? Google and Apple.
Admit it guys, nobody’s perfect. Even the technology and software giants have their own problems. Just like what happened recently with Adobe and Microsoft. Google and Apple are running face to face with them it seems that they found glory in each other’s arms. Reports came out in New York Times, who collected reports from employees and consultants representing both companies. Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer and Adobe’s Shantanu Narayan recently conducted a meeting on Adobe’s headquarters. It was a closed-door affair. It went out for an hour covering topics that dominated the world of technology. The electrifying scoop is, a possible option for Microsoft to acquire Adobe. It must have been accurate but we cannot judge until the book is finally open, right? So Steve Jobs, you might be a little agitated about this? Not giving Adobe a chance? We’ll keep you posted.View Article Source »
Let's all wish that the rift between Adobe and Apple will be over soon. Admit it, life's different without Adobe Flash.
Man, it’s really a good news. Apple announced that the resume of work on its Flash to iPhone system for Flash Professional CS5 is on hand.
Apple’s announcement today that it has lifted restrictions on its third-party developer guidelines has direct implications for Adobe’s Packager for iPhone, a feature in the Flash Professional CS5 authoring tool. This feature was created to enable Flash developers to quickly and easily deliver applications for iOS devices. The feature is available for developers to use today in Flash Professional CS5, and we will now resume development work on this feature for future releases.
But don’t think Apple is giving up. This doesn’t mean that Flash will return immediately. Pharmacologically speaking, users are allowed to use generic systems for iPhone app creation. Apple frameworks remains to be better. We also think, in light of the new Apple App Store rules, that the potential abuse of these frameworks are less. Even if it’s easier to blow up an application in Flash, I doubt that this burst passed the approval stage.View Article Source »
It's a big "fire in the hole" with Adobe's Acrobat Reader 9.3.4 as exploits has been discovered by the company. There's not patch available yet, so move over before the bomb explodes right at your face.
According to a company statement, Adobe learned last Tuesday that their Acrobat Reader is being exploited in the wild. The vulnerability was found in Adobe Reader 9.3.4 and earlier versions for Macintosh, Windows and Unix. As stated in a security advisory, the hole can enable an attacker to take control of an affected computer and eventually millions of other PCs that uses the Adobe Software. Unfortunately, there no mitigations that can be provided by the company as of the moment. Still, Adobe is actively sharing the information about this issue with partners in the security community to quickly develop detection and quarantine methods. Until a patch becomes available, the schedule for a security update release is still under evaluation.View Article Source »
Since February, stories about AIR-built apps' coming to Android have already been circulating. Today--finally--we can count down to the last quarter because the release is happening this year!
The coming year-end is yielding Android users a good news. AIR-powered apps will be available for the world’s top OS in Q4 2010, according to an update delivered by San Francisco offices.
AIR apps will be readily available for market, not anymore necessitating special approval process.Read the rest of the article »
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