Christophe Coenraets demonstrates Financial Trader, a cross-platform enterprise financial analytics app featuring 3D charts and real-time updates, which was developed using Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform with Flash Builder.
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.
Renaun Erickson, Adobe Flash Platform Evangelist, demonstrates much enhanced video performance in Flash Player 10.3 by taking advantage of better hardware acceleration with Android 3.1 (Honeycomb) on a Motorola XOOM.
Michael Chaize shows off the integrative functionality of LiveCycle Collaboration Service, streaming video and photos in real-time between applications on PC and tablet devices. The Samsung Galaxy Tab and Blackberry PlayBook are featured.
Join Platform Evangelist Bhakti Pingale as she walks you through debugging a Flex application on a mobile device over a USB connection. While this walkthrough uses a Samsung Galaxy Tab, the workflow is applicable for any mobile device running Android.
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
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Former Adobe Technical Evangelist Ted Patrick shows how easy it is to publish a Flash project to the Google Nexus One and Droid 2 by Motorola, and also gives a trick for taking different screen sizes into account when designing your app.
Ted Patrick of Adobe explores the full, open web on the new DROID X by Motorola running Flash Player 10.1. Android 2.2 and Flash Player 10.1 will be delivered to DROID X via an over the air update by late summer.
CEOs from ARM, Broadcom, DoCoMo, Google, HTC, Intel, Motorola, NVIDIA, Palm, Qualcomm, RIM, and STMIcroelectronics talk about how they're bringing Flash Platform technologies to their devices and platforms as part of the Open Screen Project.
CEOs from ARM, Broadcom, DoCoMo, Google, HTC, Motorola, NVIDIA, Palm, QUALCOMM, and RIM talk about how they’re bringing Flash Platform technologies to their devices and platforms as part of the Open Screen Project.