news // 2010.09.13 08:41:19 [hh]

Nach Apples Lockerung: Adobe setzt Arbeit an "Flash-to-iPhone Packager" fort

In Kürze gibt es nun doch wieder "Flash" auf dem "iPhone". Irgendwie jedenfalls. Nach Apples Lockerung der Bedingungen für "iOS4"-Entwickler, die auch den Einsatz von Fremd-Entwicklungstools zuläßt, hat Adobe Systems angekündigt, den bereits öffentlich vorgestellten Cross-Compiler für "Flash"-Apps in "Flash CS5 Professional" wieder weiter zu entwickeln. Apple reagiert damit auf den hohen Druck der "Android"-basierten Phones. Adobes Börsenkurs ist mittlerweile wieder über die 30-Dollar-Marke geklettert.

Hier der Wortlaut von Adobes Corporate Communications Abteilung: "Apple’s announcement today that it has lifted restrictions on its third-party developer guidelines has direct implications for Adobe’s Packager for iPhone, a feature in the Flash Professional CS5 authoring tool. This feature was created to enable Flash developers to quickly and easily deliver applications for iOS devices. The feature is available for developers to use today in Flash Professional CS5, and we will now resume development work on this feature for future releases.

This is great news for developers and we’re hearing from our developer community that Packager apps are already being approved for the App Store. We do want to point out that Apple’s restriction on Flash content running in the browser on iOS devices remains in place.

Adobe will continue to work to bring full web browsing with Flash Player 10.1 as well as standalone applications on AIR to a broad range of devices, working with key industry partners including Google, HTC, Microsoft, Motorola, Nokia, Palm/HP, RIM, Samsung and others."

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