Adobe has revealed that their new Adobe Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 will be launching this month. These releases intend on delivering content and apps across screens including Android, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry PlayBook, Windows, Mac, and connected TV devices.
Adobe announces the Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 software
Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 will include Stage 3D, which is a new architecture for hardware accelerated graphics rendering. It enables content animation along with 60 frames per second rendering. Additionally, according to Adobe, these new software will support HD video, native 64-bit optimizations, and HD video conferencing. The Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 will also allow game publishers to deliver games to anyone with a PC, tablet, smartphone, or a connected TV.
As part of its features, the Flash Player 11 delivers full native 64-bit support for 64-bit browsers on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows. Native extensions in AIR 3 allow developers to use existing native code libraries and deep native hardware and OS capabilities, such as sensors (gyroscopes, magnetometers, light sensors, etc.), multiple screens, native in-app payments, haptic/vibration control, device status, and Near Field Communications (NFC). It will also help developers package their apps with AIR 3 as a captive runtime for one-click installs on Android, Windows, and Mac OS (in addition to iOS) without any additional runtime download.
Published Date: Oct 05, 2011 05:03 pm | Updated Date: Oct 05, 2011 05:03 pm