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Installing Multiple Languages of a Desktop Application
Learn how to download and install multiple language versions of any of the desktop applications included in Creative Cloud.
Working with Adobe Touch Apps and Creative Cloud
Access your files stored in Creative cloud from the Adobe Touch App on your tablet. Learn how to download the file, edit it and upload back to Creative Cloud for further refinement in Adobe desktop applications.
What is Creative Cloud?
Adobe evangelist, Paul Trani, explains what comes with a Creative Cloud membership. You'll learn how one simple membership gives you all of the Creative Suite desktop applications, powerful publishing services, 20GB of space and the ability to sync, store, and share, plus access to new features and updates as soon as they are released.
Adobe AIR with Captive Runtime Support for Desktop
Show: ADC Presents
Technical Evangelist Andrew Trice introduces Adobe AIR with captive runtime support which will provide seamless compatibility for your desktop applications built with Flash Builder.
Tips and Tricks for Building Desktop Applications with Adobe AIR
Join Aaron Pedersen and James Polanco, the developers of WorkflowLab and Maque, as they discuss desktop development best practices, review common issues often missed by developers, and look at how the new Adobe AIR 3 features are making AIR for desktops an even more powerful technology option for cross-platform applications.
Working with AIR Native Extensions
Supplement your mobile and desktop applications with native code libraries to add platform-specific functionality or boost CPU-intensive tasks. This session will show you how easy it is to drop an Air Native Extension (ANE) into Adobe Flash Builder, code your project, and package it for distribution.
Developing Flex Mobile Applications
Find out how Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 makes it easy for you to build mobile apps for a variety of devices using the same workflow you use to build web or desktop applications today. You can now build apps to run on the Apple iOS, Google Android, and BlackBerry QNX platforms. Walk through the basic steps required in Flash Builder 4.5 to create and run a simple mobile Flex project both on the desktop and on a device. Also learn about new mobile-specific functionality in the Flex 4.5 software development kit (SDK).