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Posts tagged with Adobe

10 really cool Flash websites

In its illustrious history, Flash has gone from super cool to overused to sophisticatedly stylish.

Here are 10 stunning websites that demonstrate how Flash is being used effectively today.

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What will HTML 5 mean for Flash?

Little more than a decade ago, you were hot stuff if you called yourself an "HTML programmer". HTML as a markup language is great at what it was designed to do but today's web is about rich internet applications.

RIA technologies such as Flash, Silverlight and JavaFX do what HTML can't. But HTML 5 could change that and lately, this has some asking the question: could HTML 5 make RIA technologies like Flash obsolete?

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Adobe's BrowserLab is every web designer's dream come true

Internet technology seems to advance at warp speed but if you're a web designer, the process of testing a website for cross-browser compatibility hasn't improved much since the days when knowledge of Microsoft FrontPage made someone a 'web designer'.

But a new service from Adobe looks set to change that.

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Unemployed? Learn to Flex your skills on Adobe's dime

If you're an unemployed developer looking to build up your skill set while you sit on the sidelines, Adobe has a deal for you.

If you can vouch for your unemployment, it's offering up a $699 software application absolutely free.

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Serious security vulnerability hits Adobe Acrobat Reader 9 and earlier

Adobe Acrobat Reader is as close to ubiquitous as it comes. Most new Windows-based computers come with installed and many websites offer up documents in PDF format.

That makes Acrobat Reader a juicy target for hackers and a critical vulnerability has been discovered in Acrobat Reader versions 9 and earlier that could expose users to serious risk.

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