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PhoneGap for the Enterprise

This is just a quick FYI type post, but today Adobe announced "PhoneGap for the Enterprise". You can read more about it at the PhoneGap Blog: Introducing...

0 replies - 4154 views - 03/30/14 by Raymond Camden in Articles

Adobe's Exploration in Cloud- Enabled Hardware

Another exciting announcement from the Adobe MAX first day keynote was Adobe’s explorations into cloud enabled hardware for creative processes....

0 replies - 1847 views - 05/09/13 by Andrew Trice in Articles

Sitdown with Rakshith Naresh: Keynotes and ColdFusion

Rakshith Naresh, a Project Manager for ColdFusion, joined our host Anthony Pompliano to discuss being the keynote speaker for NCDevCon and his talks about the...

0 replies - 2872 views - 10/04/12 by Bill Armstrong in Articles

W3C Allows Corporate Sponsors. Good Idea or Bad Idea?

The World Wide Web Consortium said earlier this year that they'd start inviting corporations to buy sponsorship packages that promote the company and associate...

0 replies - 4607 views - 10/19/11 by Mitch Pronschinske in News

Daily Dose: Ruby on Rails Will Now Support HTTP Streaming

The new release of the Ruby on Rails web development framework, version 3.1, will feature HTTP support.  This additional support will serve to improve overall...

0 replies - 25870 views - 04/25/11 by Katie Mckinsey in Daily Dose

Daily Dose: Bright New Release of Google Chrome 10

The new Google Chrome is all about simplicity and ease of use.  Users can easily perform simple tasks like importing bookmarks and setting their browser's...

0 replies - 27395 views - 03/09/11 by Katie Mckinsey in Daily Dose

First Look: ColdFusion Builder 2 Beta Release

In their ongoing efforts to create a more dynamic coding experience, and to bring current users of alternative platforms into the fold, Adobe is announcing...

2 replies - 12470 views - 03/03/11 by Katie Mckinsey in News

RIAs in the Enterprise: A Trainer’s Perspective

The assertion made by enterprises prior to examining a “rebuild” of existing web applications (i.e. HTML 4, XHTML, JavaScript, Applets, Struts, etc) is...

1 replies - 15686 views - 02/28/11 by Kevin Ruse in Articles

Daily Dose - Oracle Responds to Lea Departure and Hologic Nomination

It was very surprising this week to find that Oracle employees actually responded to some of the bad press surrounding their company as of late - namely, the...

0 replies - 23734 views - 10/26/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Adobe Releases HTML5 Video Player w/Flash Rollover

Adobe wasn't kidding when they said they were riding the HTML5 bandwagon as hard as anybody right now.  Rather than compete with the new web standard, Adobe...

0 replies - 28989 views - 10/24/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Report Says Microsoft/Adobe Merger Story is Bunk

While it certainly didn't hurt Adobe's stock prices, which rose by 11.5% this week, the rumors that Microsoft is in talks to buy Adobe are...

0 replies - 20498 views - 10/08/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Linus Torvalds is a US Citizen

Since 1997, Linux inventor Linux Torvalds has lived and worked in the USA, but today we found out that he officially became a US citizen last week.  The news...

2 replies - 23675 views - 09/14/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - HTML5 Pack for Adobe Illustrator

Adobe Labs has announced an HTML5/CSS3/SVG pack for Illustrator this week.  The add-on is for the most recent class of the Creative Suite, CS5.  It helps...

0 replies - 21003 views - 09/13/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - RabbitMQ 2.0 Upgrades to AMQP 0.9.1

The RabbitMQ messaging system, which was recently be acquired by VMware's SpringSource, has reached version 2.0.  The AMQP-based system has a new persister...

0 replies - 25301 views - 08/25/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Daily Dose - Google Plans Licensing Server to Protect Android Apps

By introducing a central licensing server on the Android Marketplace, Google hopes to provide an effective method for protecting Android apps that can...

0 replies - 15422 views - 07/28/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Daily Dose

Tutorial: Transitioning an Application from Flex 3 to Flex 4

Adobe Flex 4 provides a lot of new features including a component architecture, CSS improvements, MX backward compatibility, new state mechanisms, and...

0 replies - 46694 views - 07/20/10 by Renaun Erickson in Articles

Adobe First to Use SourceForge's New Platform

SourceForge has just unveiled their all-new forge development platform, SourceForge 2.0, and the first organization to open a forge on it was Adobe.  The new...

2 replies - 7343 views - 07/15/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in News

Tutorial: Getting Started with Flex and Maven

Most Flex (and AIR) developers like to build, compile and package their applications using Adobe’s Flash Builder (formerly known as Flex Builder).  A few...

8 replies - 66838 views - 06/28/10 by Shashank Tiwari in Articles

Adobe Contributes Puppet Modules for Hadoop

Managing Hadoop servers can be a pain, but Puppet makes it easy.  The open source server config automation software makes the sys-admin's job a breeze, even...

0 replies - 10081 views - 06/27/10 by Mitch Pronschinske in Articles

Flex on Java eXchange 2010 - June 16th

 Skills Matter is pleased to organise the first Annual Flex on Java eXchange, bringing together the leading experts on RIA, Flex, Java, Spring and Grails...

0 replies - 1283 views - 05/10/10 by Wendy Devolder in Announcements