Adobe Flash Catalyst and “Gumbo”– Improving Design and Development Workflow in Eclipse

Ryan Stewart

Eclipse IDE And Languages - Tools · Long - one hour
Thursday, 13:30, 50 minutes | Grand Ballroom FGH

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In November 2008, Adobe previewed “Gumbo,”a code name for the next version of Adobe Flex Builder, and is the next generation IDE for building Flash applications with Flex. The company also introduced Adobe Flash Catalyst, a new interaction design tool, based on Eclipse, for creating rich Internet applications in a Creative Suite-like environment. In this session we will share some of the upcoming features in “Gumbo” including the network monitor, improved refactoring and documentation support, as well as updated code generation tools to help make developers more effective. We will also look at how “Gumbo” and Flash Catalyst work together to make it easy for teams to collaborate. Because“Gumbo”and Flash Catalyst are based on Eclipse, designers and developers can stay synchronized throughout a project, enabling a streamlined two-way design and development workflow, resulting in faster time to market through agile design and development.
Ryan Stewart is a Platform Evangelist for Adobe. He focuses on rich Internet application tools and technologies like Flash, Adobe AIR, Flex, and ColdFusion. Prior to joining Adobe he was an industry analyst regarding RIAs and maintains a blog on ZDNet where he covers all aspects of the rich Internet application landscape. Between coding and speaking he lives in Seattle, WA and enjoys hiking, mountaineering, and making beer.

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