Today we are excited to announce our plan to move to a rapid release cycle for Flash Player releases starting with Flash Player 11.5. This will allow us to deliver more frequent updates to our labs beta community.
My guide to advanced video delivery with AIR for mobile resulted in a lot of interest, but also in the question how to exactly achieve 720p video quality on tablets, and the request for an encoding example with the corresponding player.
Apple has been traditionally very good at introducing new features you initially didn't know you would desire. The new iPad (aka iPad 3) with the Retina display is one of those examples. What does this mean for your Adobe AIR applications?
With Adobe AIR 3.3, applications will automatically take advantage of the new iPad Retina resolution. Flex is able to detect the DPI, and automatically scale to the higher screen resolution. But with it comes one issue: Performance.
The aural experience of an application is just as impactful as the visual or gestural experiences. A good background score and sound control can be the making of a runaway hit, just as a bad one can ruin a perfectly great application.
Stage3D on mobile - part #10 Multiscreen Project by No Zebra Cross platform Flash game on running all devices (iPad, iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, HTC Desire, Android tablet, PC, MAC and all browsers); hardware-accelerated with physics and particles Fracuumgen...
This video showcases and walks through one of the coolest and most useful features of Adobe Flash Builder 4.7 - USB Debugging on iOS devices. Learn how to set it up, package, deploy and debug seamlessly with just one click!
Adobe et al, With the new iPad 3 we now have a ton more pixels to utilize. I'm familiar with and have already successfully tested the AIR 3.1+ commandline compiler option (-platformsdk) to get Retina display on the new iPad.
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