OK this is nothing new for us but hey everyone talk about Sneek Peak this days ,i think i saw this 6 month ago but hey look like that`s their main highlights.
We are back to old school animation guys, just let you know all you dav` out therehttp://www.dwcourse.com/dreamweaver/flash-cs6-to-html5.php
I wonder who`s going to buy it
They better to an Export function to Wordpress; I’ve heard that is the real deal now
i think you meant Drupal not Wordpress .
still its a nice dream ….
Drupal, Wordpress, Excel, Mysql… all of them, ‘cuz they need to be cool!
Probably the best upgrade should be a price of max 100$ for the CS6 . People barely use that thing… I haven’t made something in flash since …hm, I don’t remember. The need to change something radical… or else this will probably be the last Flash editor they will sell…
The only way they can save it is to bring flex in to flash pro as editor (won’t happen).
But from what i know CS6 won’t bring anything new but html5 shifter ,cs4/cs5 will be the main use in develop and radical stuff with flash ? that’s a nice dream
So now we’re using flash to create non flash applications?
Is this the future of flash?
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Told ya! Let’s hope the new compiler isn’t too crappy.
I couldn’t understand exactly what stuff web designers going to export Flash into html5. Poor attempts like this shows there will be more layoffs shortly
Btw, I didn’t open Flash for around 8 months which is longest gap in the past 10 years.
Macromedia Flash was cool:
So now we’re using flash to create non flash applications? Is this the future of flash?
But html5/jquery etc still has only a fraction of the rendering power of the flash plug-in, so high end work needs to stay there and progressively enhance. I’ve tried to do half the stuff I do in HTML5 …technically the spec is there for it, but the graphical power isn’t. It just becomes a browser seizure. And for mobiles it just crashes the browser altogether usually…even fairly simple stuff. The display list of the DOM just carries sooooo much overhead each rendering loop.