Beta versions of AIR 14 (http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashruntimes/air/) & Flash Player 14 (http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashruntimes/flashplayer/) are now available.
“The new player enables developers and content providers to create Flash technology-based applications that target the latest version of the runtime, and directly distribute their applications with the runtime installer to millions of open OS devices for a better on-device user experience. Available immediately as a public beta, the Distributable Player initially supports Nokia S60 and Windows® Mobile devices and builds on the momentum Adobe Flash technology has experienced in the mobile market.”
Get it at Adobe Labs
Rafiq R. Elmansy take us to a CS3 cruise to show how can you use this set of tools to integrate Flash Video in Mobile Devices.
You will go throw After Effects, Flash, Adobe Bridge and others to complete this tutorial.
Make your own games, challenge friends and strangers, and download free games to your mobile phone. Available by December.
Flash developer? Take a look to the pre-launch games contest, win serious prizes.
David Carroll has created a step by step guide on how to create content for mobile devices using Flash. This is a 9 page tutorial which gives the reader’s the ability to read all steps carefully without getting lost.
Adobe Flash Lite 2.0 won the Developer.com 2007Â contest as best Wireless/Mobile Development Tool or Add-in :
- AdobeÂ® FlashÂ® Liteâ„¢ 2
- NetBeans Mobility Pack
- Sun Javaâ„¢ Wireless Toolkit
Via Marco Casario
Flash Lite goes mass market with Actimagine by ZDNet‘s Ryan Stewart — Adobe’s technology buy today means that Flash Lite is going to be in a lot more places. That means a bigger audience for developers, and access to the kind of audience that is willing to buy created content. Developers should be able to start cashing in.
Initially with NTT DoCoMo in Japan, Flash Lite-enabled handsets are now operating on numerous wireless networks in the Far East with plans to spread worldwide this year.
Via SDA Asia