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Is the Past. Is the Future. Is the Browser.

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The digital world is evolving at a staggering pace, with an ever-growing number of devices and platforms as well as ongoing changes to web standards. …

The digital world is evolving at a staggering pace, with an ever-growing number of devices and platforms as well as ongoing changes to web standards.

Jay discusses some of the latest projects and technologies that Adobe has been working on to help create the future by enabling expressive content on the web, in his talk at "HTML5 Reality Check" in Gotheburg on May 23, 2012.

http://lanyrd.com/2012/reality-check-html5-may/

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  • 1. Is the past. Is the future. Is the browser. Andre Jay Meissner BDM/DevRel Web & Mobile, Adobe ajm@adobe.com @klick_ass
  • 2. Contributions...for a better web& awesome tools!
  • 3. ...CSS Regions, CSS Shaders, CSS Exclusions,CSS Compositing & Blending, CSS Transforms, WebKit code coverage, Image progress event, Shadow DOM, CSS Variables...
  • 4. CSS Shaders(Browser demos, sorry no offline version...)
  • 5. CSS Compositing & Blending (Browser demos, sorry no offline version...)
  • 6. Get involved:https://github.com/adobe/webkit
  • 7. ¡ßuZZw0rds‽
  • 8. Responsive Webdesign CSS Transitions Webfonts JS FrameworksCSS-, Animation-, Mobile Tooling DOM Manipulations Canvas Testing Performance Optimization
  • 9. #1: Don‘t get confused with „Animation“…
  • 10. #2: Don‘t overload (yourself, others)
  • 11. What did people create using Edge? (Browser demos, sorry no offline version...)
  • 12. johndunning.com/fireworks/about/Edge
  • 13. Introducing: Adobe Edge Preview 6 12 DAYS AGO Preview 3 Preview 1 October 30, 2011July 25, 201108/2011 09/2011 10/2011 11/2011 12/2011 1/2012 3/2012 5/2012 Preview 2 September 7, 2011 Preview 4 Preview 5 January 19, 2012 March 9, 2012
  • 14. The story. Until today. Preview 6 + Full code mode editor + Symbol export + Chrome Frame support + Actions & Triggers + Publish to DPS/iBooksImport web graphics + Code Editor + Lessons Panel Timeline editor + Labels on timeline + First multilingual release Easing functions08/2011 09/2011 10/2011 11/2011 12/2011 1/2012 3/2012 5/2012 + Stage improvements + On Screen manipulation + Smooth scrubbing + Symbols + Timeline enhancements + Timeline + Web Fonts + Size Optimization enhancements + Scale & Transform + Down level poster tools + Pre-loader
  • 15. That‘s cool for DOM Manipulations. But what about <canvas>? (There‘s an app for that!)
  • 16. Okay Adobe, you talking about this guy?
  • 17. You mean that guy?
  • 18. Toolkit for CreateJS
  • 19. Designer Developerpreview art deploy logic library
  • 20. #3: Do not hire a Webdeveloper... ...that doesn‘t do this
  • 21. Mobile Relief(Shadow demo, sorry no offline version...)
  • 22. #4: Stay lean......and browsers and budgets will you!
  • 23. Get Shadow:labs.adobe.com/technologies/shadow
  • 24. Get Edge:labs.adobe.com/technologies/edge
  • 25. Get CreateJS:adobe.com/devnet/createjs.html
  • 26. Get CS6: adobe.ly/66Rcl1
  • 27. Got questions? ajm@adobe.com // @klick_ass