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Adobe roadmap for the Flash runtimes

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

TweetAre you curious what Adobe is planning for the future of the Flash runtime? For the past decade, Flash Player and, more recently, Adobe AIR have played a vital role on the web by providing consistent platforms for deploying rich, expressive content across browsers, desktops, and devices. Beginning as a platform for enabling animation, the [...]

Flash Builder 4.5 is Here with iOS!

Monday, April 11th, 2011

TweetThe long awaited Flash Builder 4.5 was released by Adobe this morning. This update is a monumental one as it adds the full mobile application development tooling for Android, BlackBerry, and iOS development. Although, the Flex mobile workflow for iOS will arrive in a few months as an update, the ability to create and package [...]

Wallaby Flash to HTML example with Source Output

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

TweetAdobe released Wallaby today for public preview. Wallaby converts fla (Flash source) files to HTML5. The example below shows both a swf and an html5 animation. I have also included the code generated by Wallaby. Try it yourself here. Note: You’ll need at HTML5 supported browser to see the animation: Which one is Flash? Your [...]

Wallaby, converts Flash to HTML5

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

TweetBack at MAX 2009, we first saw a sneak peak of a product that converted Flash fla files to HTML 5 animations. This product is now called Wallaby and is available at Adobe labs for download for both Windows and Mac. “Wallaby” is the codename for an experimental technology that converts the artwork and animation [...]

Securing your keys within SWF?

Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

TweetWe all know that SWF is not secure and can be easily decrypted by many tools that I won’t mention here. So, if you are building browser or desktop/mobile (AIR) flash applications that use public services (REST, WSDL) with tokens for API identification, how are you securing your tokens? Please let me know your techniques.

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