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  • Flypaper Attracts More Collaboration with Adobe XFL Support

    Remember when Flypaper (newssite) was pretty much the only Flash-based CMS we covered? Totally not the case anymore. And perhaps it's in response to increasing interest around this particular niche within a niche that Flypaper  has recently gotten a little flashier.

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  • Create Flash Plus HTML Websites With Fuzzle CMS

    Fuzzle CMS is an attempt by a group of Russian developers to bring Flash-based sites with CMS functionality to the masses. In the latest 2.6 release, the Fuzzle CMS group has localized the Web CMS for English-speaking markets, translated documentation and launched an English version of the developer blog. Fuzzle CMS Features Fuzzle CMS makes administering a Flash site a simple matter of dragging and dropping blocks. On the demo site, default block types are limited to images, image links, scrollable text areas, flash movies and a customizable photo gallery. Fuzzle uses a widget system to allow developers to

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  • Adobe Gets Around: Brings Flash Apps to Social Web

    Adobe (news, site) moves fast. You may recall that the company recently acquired analytics provider Omniture, to the surprise of many a tech nerd. The coupling of Adobe’s creative brand and analytics—which admittedly seemed odd at first —is already being reflected in its solutions.

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  • Yooba Flash CMS Up for Best of RIA 2009

    In June we told you Yooba Studio (news, site) would be worth a first and second look for those interested in Flash-based websites but not the cost of a creative agency. Today it seems the platform has gotten more than a look or two, as they recently

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  • Adobe Goes Open Source With Two Media Tools

    Adobe (news, site) has announced that is has taken another two of its products targeted specifically at the media and publishing industries and gone open source with them. Open Source Media Framework (OSMF ), which was originally launched as Strobe last April, gives developers the ability

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  • Microsoft Silverlight and Expression Hit the Big 3 Mark

    Microsoft (news, site) hits the difficult third album with its would-be web framework king and development systems -- Silverlight 3 and Expression 3. What's new under the hood for those wanting to make a splash online? Let the Web Battles Commence Microsoft Silverlight (said charitably)  had

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  • Woodwing Adds Broad Browser Support, New Features for Editors

    WoodWing (news, site )  helps new and traditional media to work smarter through the use of technology. Its latest content manager sees the company open its arms to the new generation of browsers. The Benefits of Adobe Flex and AIR Content Station 6.

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  • Yooba Flash CMS Goes Production

    It's official. Yooba Studio, a Flash-based content management system from Yooba (news, site ), is officially available for commercial use. If you want to have flash-enabled websites without the cost of a creative agency, then this CMS is definitely worth a first and second look.

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  • A Web CMS for XML Based Flash Websites

    Code and Visual hits all the right keywords with its new web content management solution. Rainbow Live offers the ability to manage XML content for Flash-based websites. It's a simple Web CMS, supported by their Rainbow XML editor, for those who don't want to be weighed down by hefty back-end systems.

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  • Yooba: A Web CMS for Flash Content

    You see a lot of Flash content on websites today. Sometimes the entire website is done in Flash, sometimes it's just a portion of it, or maybe just a microsite.

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  • Microsoft Lights up the Web with Silverlight 3 Beta

    No doubt you’ve heard of, and even anticipated, the release of Microsoft Silverlight 3. The third version of the runtime comes a mere eighteen months after the initial launch in 2007.

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  • Moonlight Lets Linux Users View and Create Silverlight Apps

    Microsoft generally likes to keep a tight lock on their products and services. Their update site not working on any browser other than Internet Explorer and Silverlight not working with Linux are perfect examples. But thanks to Novell’s newest release -- Moonlight -- Linux users can now utilize Silverlight apps

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  • Collaborative Flash-based Content Management

    If you fed Flash to your content management system, you’d get what Flypaper Studio, Inc. has to offer. Their interactive software makes it easy for users to create and reuse Flash content for more razzle dazzle effect and less headache.

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  • Adobe and Apple Team to Bring Flash to the iPhone

    Apple and Adobe both strive to be the coveted number one in their respective industries. Continually, the two make strides in an effort assure that happens. Now they are working together to release Flash for the iPhone. Since March 2008, there has been much debate as to whether or

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