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Stage3D on mobile - part #1

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Publishing a car visualizer on 90 seconds with Flare3D Studio Workflow.

From export to web publishing. This video shows the whole production process for publish 3D content in Flash using Flare3D Studio.

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Feathers UI 2.2.0
Major new components and features include:
  • VideoPlayer: A media player with customizable UI for video textures.
  • SoundPlayer: A media player with customizable UI for audio.
  • FlowLayout: A layout that displays items from left to right, creating multiple rows when the maximum width is reached.
  • WaterfallLayout: A layout that displays items in columns of equal width.
  • Iris: A transition for StackScreenNavigator that shows or hides a screen by resizing a circular mask.
  • Wipe: A transition for StackScreenNavigator that resizes a clipping rectangle up, down, to the left, or to the right to “wipe” a screen away.
  • MetalWorksDesktopTheme, AeonDesktopTheme, and MinimalDesktopTheme: Updated to use high resolution textures for Mac Retina displays. Downloadable FLA files are now available for these three desktop themes, so that you can modify them in Flash CC and export a new texture atlas.
  • Feathers UI 2.2.0 also includes many other new enhancements and bug fixes. For complete details, please take a look at the release notes.

This version of Feathers UI has the following requirements:

  • Adobe AIR 18.0 or newer for mobile apps
  • Adobe AIR 3.5 or newer for desktop apps
  • Adobe Flash Player 11.5 or newer for web browser apps
  • Starling Framework 1.7
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Ruby Blast from Zynga

Ruby Blast transition to mobile was accelerated via Adobe AIR and Starling Framework. The development team was able to use the same workflow for both the web and mobile versions of the game, meaning it didn’t have to be rebuilt for the web. Meanwhile, the Zynga Beijing team tested the game’s performance and then worked with a group from Zynga’s headquarters in San Francisco to optimize it with Project Monocle (Adobe’s new profiling tool for Flash and AIR developers).

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