Adobe Digital Publishing Suite News & Analysis
| Thursday May 2, 2013
In the most recent version of its Digital Publishing Suite, Adobe has added previewing and embedding capabilities as well as updating older features, such as iPhone support and analytics.
| Wednesday Dec 5, 2012
Social commerce company, ThisNext has released the public, beta version of their digital publishing platform: Glossi.
| Monday Dec 3, 2012
Following up on an announcement made earlier this fall, Quark is expanding its App Studio into a cloud-based platform that uses HTML5 to create interactive apps from pre-existing content.
| Friday Nov 9, 2012
Adobe is releasing the latest edition of its Digital Publishing Suite. Version 24 includes expanded device support and analytical capabilities, among other upgraded and new features.
| Monday Jun 11, 2012
App Press, the provider of a Web-based CMS designed to enable the creation of code-free iOS and Android apps, is positioning itself as a direct competitor to the well-established Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS). This is a bold move on the part of App Press, so lets briefly review the main features and functions of each solution and compare and contrast what they offer app designers.
| Wednesday Feb 8, 2012
Contrary to popular belief, the revolution will be digitized, and all those interested in the transformation must innovate or die. Print magazines held out for awhile, but now, with remarkable design systems in place and developing, such as the recent partnership between WoodWing Enterprise and Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, publications can keep their look and feel, without all the paper cuts. Recently, the joint venture announced the release of two new upgrades, which bring a host of additional features and multimedia functions to their innovative program. Even those aggravating inserts now have a way of being recreated virtually.
| Wednesday Oct 27, 2010
This week, at its annual worldwide conference, Adobe Systems (new,site) revealed their new Digital Publishing Suite. The package aims to help publishers create, publish and sell digital content targeted at mobile devices. Even with Apple's Steve Jobs’ public disdain for Flash, Adobe seems determined to lead the mobile publishing market.