Adobe has caused a stir with its announcement that Creative Suite will no longer be available under a perpetual license, for versions beyond the current Creative Suite 6.
Given this, the CC applications will be available only as part of Creative Cloud. We will continue to sell and support Adobe Creative Suite® 6 applications, and
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Adobe has shown a new touch app for Kuler, its web application for creating and choosing colour themes, which will be available in June.
I asked Scott Morris, Senior Marketing Director of Creative Cloud, about Android and whether apps like this will also be supported there.
“That is coming out to begin with at
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Adobe has announced the next version of its all-conquering Creative Suite, now renamed (or subsumed into) Creative Cloud.
Availability is set for June 2013. There will not be any perpetual licenses for the updated applications:
Can I purchase a perpetual license for the new Creative Cloud (CC) desktop applications that were announced in
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Today at its Software Conference in Paris Intel presented its HTML5 development tools.
There is an intriguing comment here:
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What happened in 2012?
Whether you regard it as the beginning of the end for Windows, or a moment of rebirth, for me it was the year of Windows 8. Microsoft’s new Windows is fascinating on several levels: as a bold strategic move to make a desktop operating system into a tablet operating
…continue reading Android up, Apple down, Microsoft so near, so far: 2012 in review
Adobe is reminding developers that Flash is still around as a game development platform, with the release of a Game Developer Tools package including a Gaming SDK, the Flash C++ Compiler which translates C++ to ActionScript, Flash Professional CS6 and Flash Builder 4.7.
The new thing here is the Scout profiler, previewed as Monocle, which
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Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 8 features a new approach to Adobe Flash Player updates. These are now delivered via Microsoft’s Windows Update, so you get security updates without having to suffer Adobe’s separate updater.
That seems a good thing, and for security it probably is, but it seems that the price of this convenience
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Adobe Game Developer Evangelist Lee Brimelow has stated on Twitter that AIR for Metro is coming next year.
we’re working on Air for Metro. It should be available first half of next year.
AIR is a way of compiling Flash applications to run outside the browser.
[Microsoft no longer uses the term Metro. We
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