Learn about the latest, most innovative features of HTML5 — features that will shape the future of websites and applications.Greg Wilson, Adobe developer evangelist, will cover:• How to use WebRTC for real-time multimedia capabilities• AppCache and the Storage APIs to for keeping persistent data• Web Intents for communicating between applications• More APIs, as well as best practices for when and how to use these features
See what kinds of experiences can be created when the modern graphics features of the web are brought together. Learn how to build great visuals by mixing vector and bitmap graphics as well as 2D and 3D contexts. You'll discover:• Best practices for using the declarative and imperative graphics APIs together• How to leverage the differences between 2D and 3D Canvas• New ways to leverage, transform, and animate SVG in web content • When and how to combine multiple graphics features
Go beyond the basics of Adobe PhoneGap Build, part of the Adobe Creative Cloud, and explore how to use it in real-world scenarios. PhoneGap Build is a hosted build server that lets you build and package PhoneGap applications without installing native SDKs or specific IDEs on your local machine or local build server. In this session, you'll learn:• How to configure the deployment parameters of your application (splash screen, icons, permissions, and so on) in a platform-independent fashion • How to use Hydration to update your application without installing a new version• How to use PhoneGap Build APIs to automate the build process and interface within an existing build or continuous integration process • How to build "inside-the-firewall" applications
Gain an understanding of how to extend Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to meet your business needs. The following topics will be covered:• Direct entitlement: The ability to integrate with your own authentication and subscription systems is a powerful feature of the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. This session will cover the Direct Entitlement APIs, which can be used to integrate your own subscription and authentication system. The APIs will be explained with help of a sample implementation, which is also available for attendees after the session. • Application customization through custom storefronts: Digital Publishing Suite viewers can be customized to create a full HTML-based store and library experience. Learn about the available APIs and how they can be used. • Custom push notifications: Understand the workings of push notification when used with Digital Publishing Suite to serve content and announcements within applications through integration with third-party providers.
Join us for an introduction to PhoneGap, which allows web developers to create mobile apps that have access to device functionality. Learn how PhoneGap works and how it will enable you to start building mobile apps with web standards.This session will cover:• How to use the PhoneGap APIs to access device sensors and features• Tips for creating mobile user interfaces with web standards• Extending PhoneGap by using plugins in your project• How to package your applications for app stores
Adobe Edge is not limited to sexy web animations; you can also build apps and integrate third-party APIs easily. In this lesson, connect to Twitter, pull tweets, and visualize them using an item renderer built using Edge, thereby learning how to consume APIs and create elements programmatically within Edge.
Join Developer Evangelist Kevin Hoyt for this thorough series on web standards, starting with a clarification of the various HTML5 browser specifications and an overview of the emerging APIs covered in this series’ seven lessons.
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In this episode we cover new features of SiteCatalyst 15.2, we talk about the new solution: Advanced Mobile Traffic Analysis. We also interview Ian Hansen about the Digital Marketing APIs.
Discover how Adobe AIR for TV is gaining momentum with leading TV and BluRay manufacturers, enabling opportunities for developers to create and monetize applications. Learn how to build an AIR for TV app as we walk through the workflow of getting an application into a marketplace. In addition, you will hear about some of the new features coming to AIR for TV, such as multichannel audio, GameInput APIs for game controllers, and Stage3D support for 2D and 3D graphics acceleration.
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Oct 05, 2011
adobe, air, app, bluray, developers, tv, MAX 2011
Dive deep with Daniel Dura, former Adobe Flash Platform evangelist, on how to create exciting Facebook projects with Flash. Building a Flash technology–based Facebook application requires a good understanding of both Flash and Facebook APIs. In this session, you'll learn just what it takes to build a killer Facebook app.
Product Version: CC
Oct 05, 2011
adobe, Facebook, API's, Flash Application, MAX 2011, Next Killer
Learn how to turbo-boost your Flash 3D content using frameworks built on the new Stage3D (Molehill) APIs. This is a unique opportunity to meet face to face with the Away3D and Flare3D teams and witness the amazing visuals that can now be accomplished with GPU acceleration in Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR 3. This is like two great sessions packed into one — you should not miss this session.
Oct 05, 2011
Flash, adobe, 3d, air, gpu, MAX 2011, start your engines
Oct 05, 2011
Learn how to use Adobe AIR to build apps for mobile platforms such as Android, BlackBerry, and iOS. This session will provide an overview of APIs tuned for mobile use, including Accelerometer for games and Geolocation for location-based services. We'll discuss what makes mobile apps special and how to use the Adobe Flash Platform to deliver awesome experiences on these devices.
Take an in-depth look at HTML5, a buzzword we've all heard, but few truly understand. We'll explore HTML5 elements such as new form input and behavior, as well as APIs like video, canvas, Web Storage, History, and more. You'll find out how these technologies can help you create better and richer websites for end users.
Oct 05, 2011
adobe, 2012, HTML5, behavior, input, storage, web, MAX 2011
Learn how to use Stage 3D (aka "Molehill"), the new low-level GPU-accelerated APIs in Adobe Flash Player, to develop high-performance 2D games. Thibault Imbert, product manager for the Adobe Flash runtimes, will explore these new APIs and their usage inside game frameworks and engines. Stage 3D is going to change the web for 2D and 3D gaming, and this session will show how to make the most of it.
Product Version: CC
Oct 04, 2011
Flash, adobe, 2D, 3d, gpu acceleration, API's, MAX 2011
Dive deep into the latest capabilities offered by the Alternativa3D framework, leveraging the Stage3D (Molehill) APIs. Anton Volkov and Alex Karpovich, CTO and CEO of AlternativaPlatform, have prepared stunningly amazing demos. Get the exclusive story from behind the scenes of Alternativa3D, plus in-depth technical descriptions and a preview of the freaky future of web gaming and services.
Oct 03, 2011
adobe, flash platform, Anton Volkov, MAX 2011, Stage3D
In this video, hear members of the Photoshop team share their thoughts about the Photoshop software development kit and Photoshop connection APIs. Learn about the creative possibilities the Photoshop SDK opens up for people who use Photoshop and for developers interested in working with it. Visit www.adobe.com/devnet/photoshop to learn more.
Get a deep dive on recent announcements regarding the future 3D APIs in Adobe Flash Player. In this exclusive session, team members from both Alternativa3D and Away3D explore how these new capabilities will transform the potential for 3D graphics in Flash Player. The presentation will include some never-before-seen demos showcasing the next step in the evolution of 3D in Flash technology — something you won't want to miss.
Explore how video players developed with Open Source Media Framework (OSMF) can be customized with ActionScript APIs and plug-ins. Learn how to integrate video with external media service providers including advertising, analytics, CDNs, and more. Led by OSMF engineers, this session will be a full deep dive on developing OSMF plug-ins to integrate robust media and video experiences that use delivery methods from HTTP through RTMP to reach the most people.
Join Sebastian Marketsmueller, Adobe Flash Player engineer, for a deep dive into the next-generation 3D API coming in a future version of Flash Player. Marketsmueller will unveil exciting new APIs and demos never shown before, including some exclusive content you cannot miss as a Flash Platform developer.
See how te next-generation 3D APIs coming in Adobe Flash Player will make it easy to display 3D objects in Flash. Pixel Bender 3D takes Adobe's existing Pixel Bender 2D technology and brings it into the third dimension to make it easy to create great-looking 3D objects. Learn about boning and skinning, vertex shaders, and material shaders.
Join the Flare3D (ActionScript 3D framework) team to learn about creating innovative Flash 3D–enabled applications with the new 3D APIs that are coming soon to Adobe Flash Player. See how new integrated 3D tools will make your work easier than ever. The hands-on presentation will cover the whole production pipeline: design, export, programming, and publishing.
Learn how to quickly build an entire Google Android application for Adobe AIR from scratch. This session will provide a high-level overview of how to integrate with several device APIs, including the accelerometer for games and geolocation for location-based services. We'll also describe how to package and sell your application on the Google Apps Marketplace. In addition, this session will cover deploying your applications for iOS and the BlackBerry PlayBook.
Take a look at the next release of Adobe AIR, which will include support for developing both mobile and desktop applications. In this session, you'll learn about the runtime and SDK features coming to the next release of AIR. Special focus will be placed on the workflow and development of Google Android applications, including device APIs, best practices, packaging, and deployment to the Google Apps Marketplace.
Learn how to take advantage of the most interesting features of smartphones with Adobe AIR. This session will cover brand-new APIs for accessing the camera, GPS, and accelerometer on mobile devices. You'll walk away with sample code and great examples that will make it easy to add device-specific capabilities to your AIR applications.
Join Daniel Dura as he helps you design and develop touch-based interfaces and avoid common pitfalls, provides case studies of current projects, and equips you with the knowledge to make the most of the touch APIs in Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash Player. With the proliferation of touch-based phones, tablets, and other devices, it is more important than ever to understand how best to use these technologies.
Learn how to build amazing applications for DROID by Motorola devices powered by Adobe AIR and Android. This session will show you how to take advantage of powerful device features using ActionScript APIs and make your application shine on this line of devices. We'll cover valuable, timesaving coding techniques and show a demo using one of the devices and Flash Professional. DROID is a trademark of Lucasfilm Ltd. and its related companies. Used under license.
Learn how Full Sail University is using the Adobe Flash Platform to instruct students
how to create Rich Internet Applications that access APIs and Web Services. Bill Bain explains how they use the Adobe Flash Platform along with design and development methods to
teach students to design, build, and deploy their own RIAs. Examples are shown of how
students implement the Flash Platform, including the Flash and Flash Builder authoring
environments along with the Flash Player and AIR runtimes.
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May 07, 2010
elearning, Higher Education, adobe education leaders, ael 2009 institute
One of the most interesting new features in Flex 4 is that developers can easily create custom layouts for data components. Join Flex SDK Engineer, Evtim Georgiev, to learn more about this new layout model, show how to create a custom layout in Flex 4 and show the APIs that allow developers to work with elements, handle scrolling and navigation, and creating virtualized layouts.
World Vision Gifts Ireland is a great example of a powerful Online Store built with Business Catalyst. You'll see how they've used BC's built in features and extended them even further via our handy APIs.
Product Version: CC
Feb 02, 2010
API, Business Catalyst, Business Catalyst, eCommerce, eCommerce, api integration, business catalyst case study, example, online business, online store
Take a hands-on tour of the Adobe Flash Collaboration Service. In this session, you will learn your way around the available APIs from a Flex application coder's perspective. We'll start by exploring out-of-the-box components...
Learn how to craft ActionScript libraries using advanced techniques. Use custom metadata to make your code easier to read and provide greater code-reuse. And harness the power of the Proxy class to give subclasses an easier way to access data.