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September 2010

August 2010

July 2010

John Nack on Adobe : Feedback, please: HTML5 layers in Photoshop?

by sbrothier
What if Photoshop implemented native HTML as a layer type? Just like the app currently supports special layer types for text, 3D, and video, it could use the WebKit engine (which CS5 already embeds) to display HTML content. Among other things you’d get pixel-accurate Web rendering (text and shapes); the ability to style objects via CSS parameters (enabling effects like dotted lines); data-driven 2D and 3D graphics; and high fidelity Web output (HTML as HTML).

AdobeTV | Digital Publishing

by sbrothier
Learn how Adobe helps publishers and advertisers take books, magazines, and newspapers beyond print to create revolutionary digital experiences for a wide range of screens and devices.

Digital Publishing - Introducing the Adobe Digital Magazine Workflow | Adobe TV

by sbrothier
See how you can use InDesign CS5 and the new Digital Publishing Platform from Adobe to add media-rich content and interactivity to a magazine, and then distribute it to a wide range of screens and devices.

June 2010

May 2010

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 HTML5 Pack

by oqdbpo
Adobe® Dreamweaver® CS5 HTML5 Pack is an extension for Adobe Dreamweaver CS5. This extension provides features to help users generate HTML5 and CSS3 code. Features include Multiscreen Preview, Media Query support, code hinting, starter layouts, and WebKit updates for rendering enhancements.

tlfx - Project Hosting on Google Code

by ronpish
Welcome to the Text Layout Framework Extended project. The TLFX library allows you to easily add HTML/CSS rendered content into your Flash applications. This compatibility layer is built on top of the Adobe sponsored open source Text Layout Framework (TLF) project. The intent is to fulfill the promise of HTML rendering while maintaining a cross platform browser experience that we've come to love using Flash.

April 2010

Thoughts on Flash

by marco
New open standards created in the mobile era, such as HTML5, will win on mobile devices (and PCs too).

The Flash Blog » Apple Slaps Developers In The Face

by sbrothier
Adobe and Apple has had a long relationship and each has helped the other get where they are today. The fact that Apple would make such a hostile and despicable move like this clearly shows the difference between our two companies

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