Review and competition of Foundation Flash 8 Video
We've got a mini-review and competition of the Foundation Flash 8 Video book. The friendly people of Friends of Ed are giving away 5 books.
10 Years of Flash, Adobe looks ahead

Adobe Systems celebrates the 10th anniversary of Flash. The company is trying to make Flash more of a general-purpose application development platform, one that focuses on video delivery, applications for mobile devices, and Web applications that run outside the browser. 

Winners of the book Beginning XML with DOM and AJAX competition
Thanks to Apress we had 5 copies to give away of; Beginning XML with DOM and AJAX. Take a look and press read more to see the correct answer and if you're one of the lucky winners.  
Review and competition of Advanced ActionScript Components
We've got a mini-review and competition of the Advanced ActionScript Components book. The friendly people of Friends of ED are giving away 5 books.
Colin Moock interviews Mike Downey, Flash product manager
Colin Moock has a chat with Mike Downey, the longtime product manager for Flash. Colin and Mike talk about Adobe's acquisition of Macromedia, the future of the Flash Platform, Adobe's early-access software initiative called Adobe Labs, and Flex.
DMXzone interviews Donald Booth, a core member of the Adobe Spry team held a special interview with Donald Booth, core member of the Adobe Spry team - developing a new fantastic AJAX technology that will propably be integrated in future Dreamweaver editions and other Adobe products. 


Flash Player 9 and Flex2 released

Adobe Systems released Flash Player 9 and the Flex 2 development solution for creating and delivering cross-platform rich Internet applications (RIAs) .


Does the next move for Adobe make Windows irrelevant?

The Apollo project, a core part of Adobe's strategy is all bout creating a foundation upon which developers can create a new generation of applications that can run on any device with a screen and are independent of any particular operating system, something that could lessen the importance Microsoft's Windows.



Adobe: GoLive and Freehand development will continue

With the acquisition of Macromedia’s products, many people expected Adobe to cut its own Web authoring tool, GoLive, in favor of further developing Dreamweaver. Adobe did not dispute the importance of Dreamweaver for the future of the company’s products.

An Adobe representative says “Adobe plans to continue to support GoLive and Freehand and develop these products based on our customer’s needs.”

Adobe pre-releases AJAX framework to ease programming

Adobe pre-released an AJAX library called Spry, to make programming easier for Web designers.

The library is developed at Adobe Labs, the pre-release features data capabilities to incorporate XML into HTML documents using technologies such as HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, and a minimal amount of JavaScript.

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