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 how Adobe Dreamweaver helps you create websites with a responsive framework for the wide variety of screen sizes. There is growing demand for responsive sites, and we'll help you stay ahead of the curve. We'll explore the new Fluid Grid Layout workflow — our response to the write-once-deploy-everywhere "unicorn" — and outline how this workflow enables Dreamweaver to uniquely support responsive design. Join us to learn about:• Dramatically improved Fluid Grid Layout workflow in Dreamweaver for more easily generating HTML code for responsive sites• Improvements in Dreamweaver that allow meaningful, responsive development cycles• Updated jQuery Mobile support and how you can leverage this deep integration to streamline your mobile development
Mobile development just got a whole lot easier. Adobe Shadow allows web pros to easily control, view, and inspect web content on multiple devices via the browser. Managing Editor Julie Campagna interviews members of the Shadow development team.
Discover the principles of design that can lead to the creation of visually compelling cross-platform applications. ThRead is a collaborative project between Adobe and renowned design company Method. It is a unique reader application that allows the simultaneous consumption and organization of information, created using the newest mobile development features in the Adobe Flex SDK. We'll take you through some collaborative processes that worked for us throughout design and development.
Find out how to take advantage of exciting new CSS3 properties as well as underutilized CSS2.1 properties that had poor support in older browsers. Stephanie (Sullivan) Rewis from W3Conversions will discuss some of the more complex new properties and selectors as well as creative, less-known uses for some of the more well-known properties. Learn about tools that enable you to use these new techniques today in front-end and mobile development. Reduce maintenance time, HTTP requests, and make your pages more performant and SEO-friendly.
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Oct 05, 2011
adobe, W3Conversions, CSS2.1, MAX 2011, Stephanie Rewis
Join Adam Lehman, senior product manager for Flash Builder, for an overview of the recently released Adobe Flash Builder 4.5. Learn about the new mobile development capabilities of Flex as you walk through the new mobile development workflow in Flash Builder. Also, see why the 4.5 release wasn’t just about mobile development: This session will dive into the new code editing features of Flash Builder and explore some never-before-seen features of the next release.
Learn techniques and lessons from real-world mobile application development, including UI/skinning approaches, custom components, platform integration, application architecture, and device dependent considerations. You'll come away better prepared to embrace the industry-shifting paradigm change that mobile development promises.
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Oct 05, 2011
adobe, UI , application, device, mobile, skinning, MAX 2011
Take a sneak peek at new features available in the next release of Adobe ColdFusion. Some big changes in both ColdFusion architecture and abilities are coming up, involving HTML5, performance, mobile development, security, and all-around enhancements.
Oct 03, 2011
adobe, HTML5, coldfusion, mobile, security, MAX 2011, enhancements
Stay ahead of the curve and get the lowdown on the latest capabilities of the Flex Software Development Kit (SDK). The Flex SDK team has been relentlessly working to churn out releases faster than ever before. If you're interested in mobile development, this is a must see. There may even be a few surprises!
After a quick interview with Julie Campagna, Ed Rowe, VP of Development Tooling at Adobe, demonstrates how Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 enables developers to reach Android, BlackBerry Tablet OS, and iOS devices using the same codebase.
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May 17, 2011
workflow, Ed Rowe, android, blackberry, code, devices, iOS
Julie Campagna interviews Adobe Product Manager Scott Fegette, prior to his panel on web-to-mobile development, and afterward solicits reactions from designers and developers who attended the discussion.
Join Adobe Evangelist Duane Nickull as he shows a step by step walkthrough to build a SlashDot RSS android application. In Part one the basic service connection and displaying objects is explained as well as the basic architecture.
Investigate Flex application development from a performance perspective and learn techniques to improve and optimize your Flex and ActionScript code. Join members of the Flex engineering team as they identify common performance pitfalls that new — and even advanced — developers run into, and share best practices for creating the most optimal Flex and ActionScript applications. We'll share tips and tricks for desktop and mobile development, as well as methodologies to identify and fix problems areas during development.
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.
Learn how the next version of the Flex SDK will enable developers to easily create applications for the desktop and mobile devices. This session will show you how you can use the new mobile features in the SDK together with familiar Flex concepts to build mobile applications. You will learn about the new mobile-specific components and capabilities being added to the Flex SDK, as well as learn tips for optimizing both the design and performance of your application as it works across different devices.
"Join Todd Pasternack and Chris Deely of leading rich media provider PointRoll as they discuss the present and future of rich media mobile advertising. Learn how and why you should leverage Adobe Flash Player 10.1 in your mobile campaigns. They'll explore the overall strategy and creative use of device features and take a look at some code optimized for mobile development. They'll also touch on some of the future uses of Flash Player, including leveraging existing assets, implementing IAB standards, and serving ads into mobile Adobe AIR applications.