Breakdesign who have had a successful run of producing Flash games on the Ovi store, have now released 10pm.
Needless to say, this game is also Barking Seed enabled, meaning you can submit scores to the online community; play for your nation and other cool features. I had a talk with Stefan Wessels, the co-founder of Breakdesign, who said – ” The game is different when played between 10pm in the night and 6am in the morning.”
Sounds exciting, as I havent played time- polymorphic games before.
Today, Adobe Unveiled First Full Flash Player For Mobile Devices And PCs. Close to 50 Open Screen Project Participants Support New Browser Runtime for Multiple Platforms.
Adobe unveiled Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 software for smartphones, smartbooks, netbooks, PCs and other Internet-connected devices, allowing content created using the Adobe Flash Platform to reach users wherever they are. A public developer beta of the browser-based runtime is expected to be available for Windows® Mobile, Palm® webOS and desktop operating systems including Windows, Macintosh and Linux later this year. Public betas for Google® Android™ and Symbian® OS are expected to be available in early 2010. In addition, Adobe and RIM announced a joint collaboration to bring Flash Player to Blackberry® smartphones, and Google joined close to 50 other industry players in the Open Screen Project initiative.
Rest of the post here.
Debashish Paul, from the Mobile & Devices Engineering team of Adobe Systems Bangalore in India, will demonstrate how easy is to create Flashlite application and deploy on mobile devices. This will be a practical session, where the audience can follow the presenter on their laptop and eventually would have Flashlite application ready for use. Participants who are interested to follow the session hands-0n should download the trial version of the Adobe Flash Creative Suite 4 after registering yourself at the link here from Adobe website.
- How to create, publish, test and deploy a simple flash lite application on to mobile device. This will be a practical session
- Creating a real-life app will bring out the latent power of Adobe Flashlite, it will touch upon the general concepts along with design and development approach
Speaker Details :
Debashish Paul, works for the Mobile & Devices Engineering team of Adobe Systems Bangalore in India as Lead Software Engineer
When : 10th-oct-2009
Time : 10:30 to 12:30 Tea/Coffee/light snacks break in between the workshop
Venue : Craig Barret Auditorium, Sasken Communication Technologies Limited, # 139/25, Domlur Inner Ring Road, Bangalore – 71, Karnataka, India
Driving Directions :
- When driving down from Koramangala–> Take the left into the lane in front of Hyundai Workshop –>just after Mother Earth –>and then the first left, second right –> leads up to Sasken venue.
- When driving from Indiranagar –> Old Airport road flyover side –> Drive past EGL offices on the left –> stay on the ring road –> Take the U Turn and come back towards Hyundai Workshop –> then take the left into the lane in front of Hyundai Workshop –> just after Mother Earth – and then the first left, second right –> leads up to Sasken Venue
Parking: Ample parking space is available in the grounds next to the Sasken building.
You can also check the venue in google map given below.
COST: Free – but registration is required to attend. You can register here for the event here.
My take: Hope this event in namma BengaLooru builds up new cream of core developers and designers in Adobe Flashlite and I came to know that attendee list for today has already grown up in good numbers from @Mariam.
Via Bill, Adobesetup a new mobile demos page on the Adobe site which has 8 different video walk throughs of Flash mobile applications that have been created by various companies. They are:
Bacardi, Mightyverse, SpongeBob SquarePants, Finetune, Sony Pictures, Johnny Walker, and Nasdaq
Forum Nokia has posted a Flash Lite 2.x Components for Mobile Development. Go download it !!
“This package provides components for Adobe Flash Professional 8 and Adobe Flash CS3. The package includes mobile components for status indicators (device battery charge and signal level) and a general list component. The components can be further customized with custom graphics and parameters”
Watch my friend and fellow flashlite developer Ugur’s, first KuneriLite video advert. It’s quite unique piece of art, done in MS Paint ;).
I am sure you will like it and find interesting. One thing is for sure, I cannot work on MS Paint, rather I can do effortlessly either in Adobe flash or even Photoshop.
Kudos to Ugur!!
I had mentioned in one of me previous blog post about Flash Lite Code Camps that Nokia is organizing in the second week of April 9th.
Between, you can still register if you want to – http://www.sercononline.com/forum_nokia/fl.html
I will be there for Forum Nokia Code Camp in Bangalore on 9th April 2008, Wednesday.
I have a lot of plans in my closet, ie networking, sharing flashlite apps and much above all simply listening. Any one wants to meet me, you are free to call me at 0091.998.5013.316. Please reply to this blogpost if you are attending, so that we can meet up during/after the event.
Venue: International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore
26/C, Electronics City
Bangalore 560100, India
Click here for Map
Time: 9:30am to 4:00pm
To learn more about Flash Lite, click the links below here
Thank you and see you at the event.
Ricky Liversidge, Vice-president, Worldwide field marketing, Adobe says here, “India is one of our two growth markets and we are increasing our headcount and marketing budgets here. We are also looking at furthering innovation, like our tie-up for training in design, web, mobile and interactive media”. But we, Adobe Devigner (Developer+Designer) community in India never got any answers to our posts here regarding the Adobe MAX events not being held in India in the year 2008-2009. Let’s hope it will happen too soon in India.
Yesterday morning, Adobe (ADBE) announced that Microsoft (MSFT) had licensed Adobe’s Flash Lite software so that Flash based content will be able to be viewed within Internet Explorer on future versions of Microsoft Windows mobile phones. (more…)