Ben Forta discusses with Paul Gubbay and John Resig about Adobe and its relationship to HTML5, and Adobe’s work supporting JQuery.
In this episode Chet Haase joins us during the Adobe Max 2009 after party to discuss the highlights from the conference. Chet is a member of the Flex SDK team and Drunk on Software’s West Coast Correspondent.
See Adobe’s vision of the future of RIAs. We’ll discuss the importance of high-quality design and the tight communication required between designers and developers to build truly compelling applications, including how to make the tools that each prefer interoperate. Finally we’ll discuss features and changes expected in Adobe’s product line up, like the next version of Flex (code name Gumbo).
The goal of the Open Screen Project is to maintain compatibility across devices, supporting rapid innovation and enabling devices to be seamlessly updated with the latest runtimes. With a consistent runtime environment based on the next major releases of Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR, you can distribute content and applications to consumers worldwide, on virtually any device, much faster and at a lower cost than you can today. Integration of Adobe’s tools with the consistent runtimes helps ensure the ability to develop once and deploy everywhere through an agile design and development workflow.
In this video Flex Architect Ely Greenfield shows how designers will have complete control over the look of their applications in the next version of Flex – without writing a line of code.keep looking »