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Flash won’t support Android 4.1

Adobe was very public about dropping mobile Flash last fall. In case that wasn’t clear enough, the developer just drew a line in the sand: Android 4.1 doesn’t, and won’t ever, get certification for Flash. The company is stopping short

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Adobe wants 9% revenue from games which use Flash 11.2 premium features

As Adobe continues to build out its own ecosystem approach to web and mobile games, it’s introduceda new business model. This sees the company asking for a revenue share from developers using the premium web version of Flash 11.2. Mobile

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Adobe announces Flash 11.2 with Unity features

Adobe announced Flash Player 11.2 and AIR 3.2 versions today along with a set of premium APIs for PCand mobile games. The software giant is also collaborating with Unity to create a unified workflow that can deliver Unity games via

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Adobe drops Mobile Flash and cuts 750 jobs

According to emails sent to Adobe partners, the company will no longer develop its Flash plug-in for mobile browsers. It also announced 750 job losses. “Our future work with Flash on mobile devices will be focused on enabling Flash developers

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Unreal Engine 3 runs in Flash 11

Adobe’s Flash Player 11 update was made available for download last night, but it comes alongside another major announcement: Epic Games will be bringing Unreal Engine 3 to the Flash Player environment. Epic’s founder and CEO Tim Sweeney demonstrated Unreal

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Adobe launches Edge a flash Killer %96 Tool based on HTML5 Java and CSS

Adobe has released Edge, its first HTML5 authoring tool for animated HTML5, JavaScript and CSS content. The announcement has been viewed by some as Adobe’s surrender to Apple and a lost fight for Flash and a desperate decision to hop

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Adobe releases Flash to HTML5 converter %96 functions limited

According to the german site golem the functions in Adobes converter “Wallaby” are limited in the current version. Actionscripts are not supported as well as the output still has to be edited in a Program like Dreamweaver. Quote: Der Funktionsumfang

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