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Learn the basics of creating, configuring, and compiling Android and iOS apps with Apache Cordova, the open-source cross-platform app development tool.
Learn how to prototype an app interface using Adobe Illustrator, and then take the finished design into After Effects for animation.
Learn how to develop iOS and Android apps with your existing HTML skills, Dreamweaver CC, and PhoneGap.
See how PhoneGap, an open-source framework, and the PhoneGap Build service, part of the Adobe Creative Cloud, allow you to create cross-platform mobile apps.
Get a first look at Edge Code, the impressive new code editor from Adobe, and its open-source cousin Brackets.
Find out how to build standards-compliant websites from the ground up with Dreamweaver CC.
Tell a more compelling story in Edge Animate with an animated infographic.
Explore the emerging workflow between the Adobe Creative Cloud applications and Edge Animate through a series of hands-on projects.
Use Edge Animate and HTML5, jQuery, and CSS to create a custom, interactive homepage marquee.
Build a dynamic sliding tabbed panel from scratch using a combination of HTML, CSS, jQuery, and the tools in Dreamweaver.
Build a dynamic, database-driven website using ColdFusion 10 and ColdFusion Builder.
A project-style course that teaches how to build a Flash-based game with Flash Builder 4.6, Flash Player 11, and the Starling framework.
Add dynamic data to a PHP-enabled web site in Dreamweaver CS5 and CS6.
Shows Flash developers how to create dynamic content in the browser using HTML5, CSS, and other related technologies.
Shows Flash designers how to incorporate ActionScript code into projects and create interactive presentations and applications.
Reviews the new features in Flex, Flash Builder, and AIR for desktop and mobile application developers.
Teaches you the fundamentals of programming in ActionScript 3 using both Flash Professional and Flash Builder.
Shows how to deliver media across platforms and devices in Flash Media Server 4.5.
Develop HTML5 applications for the two mobile operating systems supported in Dreamweaver, iOS and Android, and generate a native app for each OS.
Shows developers how to integrate Flex applications with PHP-based data services.
Create forms to gather information from users and validate that information using various methods of form validation.
Offers developers an overview of the latest enhancements found in Flash Builder 4.5 and Flex 4.5.
Shows how to develop an interactive photo gallery for a web site using HTML, CSS, and jQuery.
Use existing Flash skills to create a game for Android devices.
How to develop and deploy Flash-based native applications with Adobe AIR 2.
Demonstrates how to build add Web 2.0 style and functionality to existing applications using the complete set of AJAX controls and workflow tools in ColdFusion 9.
Reviews the dozens of new features added to the Flex 4 SDK and Flash Builder 4 toolset, explaining critical information for building rich internet applications.
Explores the newest release of the Flex SDK and Flash Builder, explaining critical information for building rich internet applications.
Explains the configuration and implementation of a ColdFusion 9 environment, including everything necessary for full implementation of ColdFusion in a web development.
Highlights the important new features of the latest release of ColdFusion, a dynamic web application builder.
Teaches how to set up a system for development and testing, and highlights a number of the useful advancements to this version of the Flash Player.
Shares tools and techniques to help create a more streamlined workflow through reusable code components.
Teaches new designers the building blocks of web programming.
Demonstrates the installation of Apache, MySQL, and PHP for Mac OS X and Windows.
Todd Perkins shares his insights on all aspects of developing games for the Wii.
Web developers can learn to leverage their Flash, Flex, HTML, and AJAX skills to create multi-platform desktop applications in AIR.
How to go beyond Dreamweaver's installed Spry capabilities by creating custom Spry widgets.
Covers each step involved in creating particles and building particle systems.
Teaches the use of RSS data for blogs, podcasts, and images.
Adobe Certified Instructor shows how to create all kinds of games and have fun with ActionScript.
Delves into the essentials of delivering Flash to mobile devices.
Demonstrates advanced techniques in ColdFusion 8, such as creating multimedia presentations and working with XML files.
Put the skills learned in the Essential Training course to practical use.
Teaches the essentials of internet application development using ColdFusion 8.
Demonstrates how to use Dreamweaver CS3 to create professional, data-driven, interactive web sites.
Covers everything from the new scripting image tags to the extended image and PDF capabilities in ColdFusion 8.
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