|What is my age:||29|
|I prefer to listen:||Blues|
|What is my hobbies:||Collecting|
The room is packed. Everyone has a beer, and Kevin Lynch is getting ready to speak. Twitter conversations about Apollo Camp are live and running on the big screens. Renaun and Doug are right next to me.
Let me tell you, this is the place to be in the Flash and Flex world tonight. Earlier today, I was showing off the cool instant messenger client that I built with Apollo camp chat swf fellow early arrivers. I see big cameras near my seat. Everyone from the Apollo, Flex framework, and Flex Builder teams are here, and we gave them a big round of applause.
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Adobe software has touched almost every product we see everyday. Flash is all over the place PCs, mobile, video game consoles, etc. The usual stuff. Kevin has a graphic on-screen that shows how web applications are moving out to the desktop after The browser is the open source WebKit.
It has two basic modes. Features include file system access, offline mode, drag-and-drop across applications, clipboard access, apps without windows in the background, multiple windows, and custom window chrome. Kevin is camp chat swf an Amazon Item Watcher application.
It can tell you when something changes about an item for sale on Amazon changes. Something like price or availability. They actually built a Greasemonkey script to integrate with a browser.
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Next he shows a feed reader. Very slick appearance. Multiple s, images floating in the document with text flowing around them in real time as he types. Very cool toolbars slide in and out as he needs new features. The table editing interface looks great and useful.
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Adobe Reader must be installed for Apollo apps to be able to use it. Will QuickTime be supported? Of course, Flash Video will be present. What is different between Java Web Start and Apollo? Backwards compatibility is extremely important for Apollo, just like it is for Flash Player.
Apollo apps will be installed directly to the start menu, dock, etc so that the user can find their apps again. What will Apollo be called? Adobe loves the name, but they might have trouble getting the rights.
How will Apollo be distributed? The Flash Player is able to install Apollo, and the process has been available for a few years already! Partnerships will be important too, but the biggest way to get Apollo to the people will be with cool apps that people want to use.
Kevin is telling a funny story about how they paid millions to Netscape to get Camp chat swf Player distributed with the browser. A couple weeks later, Microsoft called up Macromedia, and they asked to bundle it for free. This will be driven by feedback from developers.
Can Apollo apps be compiled to a native executable? No, the big goal is cross-platform support so that the same bits will run on all supported operating systems.
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Database support? Josh Tynjala is a frontend developer, open source contributor, bowler hat enthusiast, and karaoke addict.
You lucky man. Good to hear they are looking at extensibility but I can definitely see the problems they will face. Interesting to watch that as thats where the main value is for me. Cant wait to see some of your playthings….
Demos Kevin is showing an Amazon Item Watcher application. About Josh Tynjala Josh Tynjala is a frontend developer, open camp chat swf contributor, bowler hat enthusiast, and karaoke addict.
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