Attending Adobe MAX 2013 was as always inspiring. Also, on Monday, May 6, Adobe announced that they will discontinue the Creative Suite (CS) method of software distribution and shift to the Creative Cloud (CC) [http://www.adobe.com/products/creativecloud.html]. Below are some of the channels on Adobe TV developers might find interesting .
ADC Presents – An Early View into the Next Generation of Adobe Dreamweaver CC
Get a first look at the next generation of Dreamweaver, with new features for visual CSS Designer and more.
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Creative Cloud for Web – What’s New in Adobe Creative Cloud for Web Pros
Introducing all of the tools you need to create a more beautiful, modern web — accessible now in Creative Cloud.
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Creative Cloud for Web – Showcasing a Modern Adobe Flash Professional CC
Senior Product Manager Tom Barclay shows you the major improvements in Flash Professional CC, which has been completely rearchitected to be faster and more reliable. He’ll also demonstrate exciting new features like HD video export, a new code edtitor, live drawing and coloring, and enhanced HTML publishing.
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Creative Cloud for Web – What’s New in Dreamweaver CC
Overview: Develop more web content, more quickly. A streamlined user interface, connected tools, and new visual CSS editing tools let you code efficiently and intuitively. And now, Dreamweaver CC lets you share work directly from within the application, and helps you keep up with web standards by giving you access to new features as soon as they’re available.
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