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First Look: Adobe Edge

snydeq (1272828) writes | about 2 years ago

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snydeq writes "InfoWorld's Neil McAllister provides a first look at Adobe Edge, a JavaScript-based animation tool that he finds rough around the edges, but one that shows considerable promise. 'The company has long viewed Flash and HTML as complementary technologies, rather than rivals. In Flash Professional, Adobe already has a mature model of how a Web multimedia design tool should look and feel. Adobe Edge, a new product that's available now as a time-limited free download, extends that model to allow you to develop animated content in pure HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. As a preview release, it's still rough around the edges, but it shows a lot of promise.'"
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