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|== Current Technologies ==||== Current Technologies ==|
|-||===ActionScript Code Coverage===|
|-||Adobe ActionScript Code Coverage Plug-in for Adobe Flash Builder preview is a tool that helps ActionScript and Adobe Flex® developers understand exactly what code is executed while an application is running.|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/ascode_coverage/ Get more information ›]|
|-||: [[ActionScript_Code_Coverage:Using|View wiki content ›]]|
|-||=== Alchemy ===|
|-||[[Alchemy|Alchemy]] (formerly referred to as FLACC) is a project from Adobe that allows users to compile C/C++ code that is targeted to run on the open source ActionScript™ virtual machine (AVM2).|
|=== Blueprint ===||=== Blueprint ===|
|[[Blueprint|Blueprint]] is a plugin for Flex Builder 3 that allows users to query for Flex and Flash code examples from within the tool.||[[Blueprint|Blueprint]] is a plugin for Flex Builder 3 that allows users to query for Flex and Flash code examples from within the tool.|
|-||=== Camera Profiles and DNG Profile Editor ===|
|-||The [[DNG_Profiles|Camera Profiles and DNG Profile Editor]] A new color rendering package that contains the DNG 1.2 spec, camera profiles, and a utility to edit them.|
|=== Cirrus ===||=== Cirrus ===|
|[[Cirrus|Codename Cirrus]] (formerly codenamed Stratus) is a beta, hosted rendezvous service that aids establishing communications between Flash Player endpoints.||[[Cirrus|Codename Cirrus]] (formerly codenamed Stratus) is a beta, hosted rendezvous service that aids establishing communications between Flash Player endpoints.|
|-||===ColdFusion Builder 2===||+||=== Adobe Exchange Panel ===|
|-||Cold Fusion Builder 2 Beta (codenamed "Storm") is Adobe’s integrated development environment (IDE) for developing applications using ColdFusion. ColdFusion Builder is built on top of Eclipse, and can run as a standalone installation or as a plug-in to an Eclipse™ or Adobe® Flash® Builder™ installation.||+||[[Adobe_Exchange_Panel|Adobe Exchange Panel]] is a new way to search for and install Creative Suite 6 (CS6) add-ons and content.|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/coldfusionbuilder2/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[ColdFusion_Builder_2|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||=== DNG Codec ===||+|
|-||The [[DNG_Codec|DNG Codec]] enables Windows Vista users to view DNG files in the Windows Explorer and Photo Gallery.||+|
|-||===Flash Builder 4.5===||+|
|-||Adobe Flash Builder 4.5 preview introduces new cross platform development features and enhancements to Flash Builder and provides support for the preview release of the Adobe Flex® 4.5 SDK.||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashbuilder_burrito/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Flash_Builder_Burrito|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||===Flash Catalyst CS5.5===||+|
|-||Flash Catalyst CS5.5 allows software designers to rapidly prototype user interfaces for Flex-based websites and applications, and collaborate intelligently with developers who use Flash Builder software.||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashcatalyst_panini/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Flash_Catalyst_Panini|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||===Flash Media Gateway===||+|
|-||Flash Media Gateway is new real-time server platform that enables Adobe® Flash® and Adobe AIR® applications to connect with traditional communication devices via SIP.||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashmedia_gateway/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Flash_Media_Gateway|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||===Flash Player Incubator===||+|
|-||The Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash Player Incubator is a technology preview program for more adventurous developers who are willing to experiment with Flash Platform runtime features that are in early development stages. Test the bleeding-edge capabilities of runtimes and contribute to the future of the Flash Platform.||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplatformruntimes/incubator/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Flash_Player_Incubator|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||===Flex 4.5 SDK===||+|
|-||Adobe Flex 4.5 SDK preview release (codenamed "Hero") introduces new support for mobile Flex application development, expands and refines Spark components, and includes some great improvements for large web application development.||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flexsdk_hero/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Flex_SDK_Hero|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||=== InDesign Plug-in Editor ===||+|
|-||[[InDesign_Plug-in_Editor|InDesign Plug-in Editor]] is a suite of tools for developing Adobe InDesign® CS3 plug-ins, made available on the Eclipse platform.||+|
|-||=== knowhow ===||+|
|-||knowhow provides single-click contextual access to relevant help information on a particular topic right from within your desktop application.||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/knowhow/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Knowhow|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||=== NoteTag ===||+|
|-||[[NoteTag|NoteTag]] is a proof-of-concept Flex 2 application that captures notes and assigns tasks, via read/write web technologies like RSS, blogging, tagging and microformats.||+|
|-||=== Packager for iPhone ===||+|
|-||[[Packager_for iPhone|Packager for iPhone]] is an SDK for creating ActionScript 3 projects that run as native applications for the iPhone 3.0 OS.||+|
|-||=== Photoshop CS5 FXG Extension ===||+|
|-||The [[Photoshop_CS5_FXG_Extension|Adobe Photoshop CS5 FXG Extension]] is a collection of features that empower collaboration between Flash Catalyst and Adobe CS5 design tools.||+|
|-||=== Spry framework for Ajax ===||+|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/spry/ Get more information ›]||+|
|-||: [[Spry|View wiki content ›]]||+|
|-||===Wallaby===||+||=== Tutorial Builder ===|
|-||Wallaby is an application to convert Adobe Flash Professional CS5 files (.FLA) to HTML5.||+||[[Tutorial_Builder|Tutorial Builder]] automatically generates step-by-step Photoshop tutorials from a sequence of actions recorded from the application.|
|-||: [http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/wallaby/ Get more information ›]<br />||+||=== Visual Size Report ===|
|-||: [[Wallaby|View wiki content ›]]||+||[[Visual_Size_Report|Visual Size Report]] is an extension for Adobe Flash Professional that allows for easier size optimization of SWF files.|
|-||: [[Wallaby:Technical_Tips|View Wallaby Tutorials & Technical Tips›]]||+|
|==Prerelease ==||==Prerelease ==|
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Blueprint is a plugin for Flex Builder 3 that allows users to query for Flex and Flash code examples from within the tool.
Codename Cirrus (formerly codenamed Stratus) is a beta, hosted rendezvous service that aids establishing communications between Flash Player endpoints.
Adobe Exchange Panel
Adobe Exchange Panel is a new way to search for and install Creative Suite 6 (CS6) add-ons and content.
Tutorial Builder automatically generates step-by-step Photoshop tutorials from a sequence of actions recorded from the application.
Visual Size Report
Visual Size Report is an extension for Adobe Flash Professional that allows for easier size optimization of SWF files.
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