Archive

Posts Tagged ‘flash’

Flash is going 3D !

Here comes the great news ! With the introduction of Physics engine in the previous Adobe MAX conference and now the introduction (more like a teaser) of 3D, Flash is going BIG ! More details will be unveiled at the Adobe Max conference (October 23-37) in Los Angeles, CA Can’t wait for October 27th to come sooner !

 

This will bring online gaming (Flash Player) and Desktop Gaming (AIR) to a whole new level. Click on the source link to check out some interesting quotes from the man himself, Thibault Imbert, Product Manager, Adobe Flash Player.

Source: Byte Array, CNET

Categories: Desktop, Web Tags: , ,

YouTube introduces Leanback

YouTube is on a roll today. First with the awesome update of the mobile site and now introducing the YouTube Leanback web application. The application basically runs the video from your own playlist or from your subscription back to back in HD quality without you doing anything. You can also connect your YouTube account with your Facebook account and see the videos shared by your friends on Facebook. The application is built using Adobe Flash Technology and is currently in Beta.

Check out the video to see it in action. Click the source link for more details.


Source:
Youtube Blog

Categories: Web Tags: , , ,

Flash on iPad !

image

For all the Flash fans out there, now you can run Flash on a Jailbroken iPad !! It is not that simple to get it on the iPad but it is not that hard either. Click the source link for complete details and steps involved for installing Flash on the iPad.

 

Source: Engadget

Categories: Gadgets, Tutorial Tags: , ,

Google Talks about Flash and HTML5

Google recently made a post on their youtube blog mentioning about the relevance of Flash in today’s web and how Flash is the “best platform” for delivering the video technology. A lot of details were provided backing Flash technology. They were mainly in the following areas

  • Standard Video Format
  • Robust Video Streaming
  • Content Protection
  • Encapsulation and Embedding
  • Full Screen Video
  • Camera and Microphone access

The blog also mentioned about the WebM video format and the commitment from Mozilla, Chrome, Opera and Adobe to provide the required support in their upcoming releases. Click the source link for more details.

Source: Youtube (Blog)

Categories: Desktop, Web Tags: , , ,
%d bloggers like this: