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Startup profiles and content changes
Show: Learn Illustrator CS6
Startup profiles are sets of parameters designed to jump start your design work for print, web, tablets, phones and other devices. Discover how to select the output type and have Illustrator set the basic elements such as size, orientation , and bleed, getting you started quickly and saving you time.
Creating a prepackaged AIR app
Discover how to deploy AIR applications from within Flash Professional CS6 as "captive runtimes." Captive runtime allows developers to bundle the AIR framework into an AIR application, creating a self-contained entity that eliminates third-party dependency.
Using Fluid Grid layouts
Designing for multiple screens can be a difficult and time-consuming task. The new Fluid Grid feature in Dreamweaver CS6 gives designers a visual way to control page layout for multiple screen sizes. It also automatically integrates cross-browser consistency through the use of HTML5 boilerplate and the respond.js library.
Improved FTP performance
Show: Learn Dreamweaver CS6
Long-time Dreamweaver users will love the new enhancements to FTP capabilities in Dreamweaver CS6. Learn about multi-channel support, asynchronous upload and download, improved file transfer queues, and non-blocking server activities. These new capabilities allow you to dramatically speed up your file management tasks and allow you to keep your focus on creating great content.
Enhanced jQuery mobile support
Adobe continues to add support for jQuery Mobile in CS6 with the addition of new jQuery Mobile Sample Pages and the jQuery Mobile Swatch panel. The new jQuery Mobile Swatch panel allows you to quickly apply themes visually to your jQuery Mobile projects regardless of where the themes were created. The new Sample Pages feature improved architecture that makes it easy to swap out themes without affecting layout or functionality.
In Dreamweaver CS6, Adobe has streamlined the integration between Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Learn how to take images directly from Photoshop to Dreamweaver. Then, see how to optimize the images and edit them in Photoshop using Adobe's round-trip editing feature.