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Adobe partners with Facebook on Flash

Posted on Tuesday, March 31 2009 @ 15:22:27 CEST by

Adobe and Facebook have rolled out Flash developer tools that make it easier for web developers to create Flash-based applications and games for the social networking site.
Adobe and Facebook are trying to make it easier for any web developer to build Flash-based games and other applications using Facebook data, by co-releasing a new Actionscript 3 client library. Flash is already used in a wide variety of online video and music players, as well as powering many interactive elements of online games on the web. Up until this point, though, developers have had to figure out how to integrate Flash with Facebook on their own.
Source: Venture Beat



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