Brad Rencher invites Mathieu Hannouz to show the redesign of Adobe Campaign and its integration into Adobe Marketing Cloud. In addition, David Neuscheler shows a new offering, PhoneGap Enterprise, a robust set of tools that transform mobile app development for both marketers and developers, and integrate with Adobe Experience Manager.
Discover best practices to measure ROI of your mobile or tablet app
Learn measurement strategies to quantify app impact—both for customer-facing and internal apps
Hear about case studies and how successful companies have determined ROI for mobile apps
Learn from Forrester Research about the factors you should measure, and how to weigh those with total cost
Mar 18, 2014
adobe, ROI, mobile, Measure, app, digital publishing suite
Is your content more valuable and relevant than your competitors? Do you find yourself competing on price wars online? Instead of joining this rat race, differentiate through a great mobile experience that no one can match. Launching an app successfully involves more than great design and coding. By providing a sticky mobile app that offers a phenomenal user experience, you could earn a spot on the home screen and become part of your audience's daily routine.
In this video you will learn how easy it is to build and update your first mobile app using web technologies with the Adobe PhoneGap Build cloud service and learn about two new great improvements to speed developer workflow!
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May 07, 2013
PhoneGap, mobile, Application, Edge, Edge Code, Phone Gap
Creative Cloud provides the tools you need to build standards-based HTML5 applications for multiple screens. Learn how to use Adobe Edge Reflow CC to create responsive layouts, code your project using Edge Code CC, test and debug on multiple devices with Edge Inspect CC, and package quickly and easily for distribution across app stores with Adobe PhoneGap Build.
Learn how to export your Flash Professional animation as a sprite sheet, which you can use in a mobile app with many popular gaming engines and frameworks such as Starling, Cocos 2D, EaselJS, etc. Taken from Train Simple's Flash Training
Untappd was able to use the power of PhoneGap to deliver a native iOS and Android app that increased daily user signups by 200% per month and check-ins from 1.5 million in 2011 to 16 million in 2012, leveraging the same code as its mobile web app. Come hear how and why PhoneGap can make such an incredible difference.The founders of Untappd will share:• Statistics about how PhoneGap accelerated user adoption• Rewards and challenges behind building with PhoneGap• Why Untappd chose to go with PhoneGap over native
Learn how to work with Adobe Edge Tools & Services to design and create content for mobile devices. Serge Jespers, Adobe solutions architect and evangelist, will walk through building a mobile application using the tools and services in the Edge family.In this session, you'll learn how to:• Design mobile-ready user interfaces in Edge Animate• Make your Edge Animate project ready for code• Add JQuery and PhoneGap API calls in Edge Code• Test your project on multiple devices with Edge Inspect• Build a mobile application installer with PhoneGap Build
Sotheby's International Realty, a global luxury real estate network, used Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to create its engaging marketing app that reaches real estate intenders worldwide. The iPad app highlights the extensive ways that properties in the Sotheby's International Realty network are marketed. This app is distributed privately, meaning it is only available to its members, outside the mobile app marketplace.
Product Version: CC
Feb 11, 2013
DPS, Digital Publishing Suite, app, iPad , App of the Week, Sotheby's International Realty, Teresa Demel, private publishing
Watch Jeff Veen, Adobe VP of Products, to learn how Adobe continues to add value to Creative Cloud with new features in Adobe Photoshop, mobile support in Adobe Muse, Creative Cloud for teams, and a training library exclusively for members. Jeff is joined by Scott Kelby, CEO of Kelby Media Group and President of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, Hijalti Karlsson, co-founder of New York-based design studio karlssonwilker, and Adobe product evangelists.
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Dec 11, 2012
adobe, Photoshop , collaboration, creative suite, css, illustrator, mobile app, muse, web design, Create Now
In this mobile app demo, John Chen shows animations on the Nexus One (left) and iPod 4 (right) performing poorly because of too many vector graphics. Note the degraded performance (as slow as 12 fps) as more and more vector graphics come in. (Click the HTML Text link to read the article.)
In this mobile app demo, John Chen shows animations on the Nexus One (left) and iPod 4 (right) performing well. Note the high and consistent 30 frames per second (fps) even though more and more bitmap graphics come in. (Click the HTML Text link to read the article.)
In this mobile app demo, John Chen shows how a lack of manual garbage collection hinders performance on the iPod 4 (top) and Nexus One (bottom). The number of triangles increases forever as the animation plays. (Click the HTML Text link to read the article.)
In this mobile app demo, John Chen shows how manual garbage collection improves performance on the iPod 4 (top) and Nexus One (bottom). Each animation shows under 200 triangles in playContainer and never slows down. (Click the HTML Text link to read the article.)
Artist and Creative Director, Brian Yap, pushes the boundaries by being among the first to implement Touch app technology to design in a new way. Yap is able to achieve his pen and ink inspired look uncompromised with Adobe Ideas and saves the several steps of sketching, scanning and inking. Adobe Ideas has made his iPad his newest design tool. Although he designs in a cutting edge digital way with the iPad, the work that he creates can be printed in a very traditional method. He enjoys the freedom of working away from his desktop and he sees this as just the beginning of the changes to the way artists work. Check out Brian's Behance page: behance.net/brianyap
Kyle Lambert is a fine artist based in the UK and was formally trained as an oil painter. He currently freelances and specializes in painting, illustration and animation. Used to the tactile nature of oil and canvas, Kyle naturally gravitated to the iPad to create digitally. Lambert is becoming well known for his striking character portraits and was the first artist to create photo-realistic work using Adobe Ideas: http://bit.ly/oHhjuy. In this video, learn about Lambert's approach to working and get inspired as you watch how he creates using Adobe Ideas – zooming all the way in to get fine detail and zooming all the way out to see the image.
Cut through the hype and see what cloud computing is really all about. Take a tour of cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solutions. Watch a live deployment of a server infrastructure that supports a new mobile app built with Adobe Flex. Learn how to create a new virtual server, configure it, and bring it online—all in a few minutes. Then see how the infrastructure is horizontally scaled to support 1,000,000+ users. During the demonstration, you'll learn about reliability, redundancy, disaster recovery, geographic distribution, and other important considerations for migrating to the cloud.
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Oct 03, 2011
adobe, CSS3, HTML5, app, mobile, web, MAX 2011
Greg Wilson interviews Quality Engineer Shashwati Keith about using Flash Builder to develop Muni Tracker, a popular mobile app that is available for Android and iOS devices and will soon be available for the BlackBerry PlayBook.
In this video, Scott Fegette explains how developers can create mobile applications that take advantage of features such as multitouch, camera, and location services using the new jQuery Mobile Framework in a future version of Dreamweaver.
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Apr 06, 2011
Scott Fegette, mobile framework, Camera, Droid, android, app, application, apps, build, create
Get a primer on what it takes to design, develop, and deploy a web app for mobile devices. Join Paul Dorian and Jorge Taylor as they share what they learned from their designer-developer collaboration on a recent mobile web app project. They'll take you through their workflow, highlighting the unexpected discoveries, key challenges, and lessons learned along the way. If you're a web designer or developer interested in migrating your skills to the mobile world but you're not quite sure how to get started, then this session is for you.