Last night Leo Babauta posted a very interesting article on Lifehack.org about his Hard Drive & Software are obsolete. I share this vision in how we will use our computer in the (near?) future. At the moment it’s not yet possible to work completely online but I think this might certainly be a good option […]
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Adobe released Apollo alpha on their labs site. Let’s download and have some fun with it soon. Grab it overhere. More information can be found on the wiki and for the dutch readers/developers, there’s ofcourse my Dutch translation of the DeveloperFAQ.
I just finished translating the Developer FAQ for Adobe Apollo in Dutch. Check it out overhere. The original English version can be found here. If you have any suggestions or if you found errors in my translation, please let me know and I will update it.
Flex 2.0.1 has been released by Adobe Systems. The new version runs on Windows based systems but also on MAC and linux systems. Furthermore there are some improvements like CSS management at runtime and support for FlashType encoding. Also this new version is Apollo ready. Here you can find the downloadpage. And click here to […]
In this video Mike Chambers interviews Christian Cantrell as he shows some apps in Apollo. Adobe Apollo will be the bridge between the internet and your desktop, it allows you to run native Flash and HTML on your desktop, interactive with all native components. It will be available for MAC as well as for PC.