Earlier today Adobe announced a public beta release of Flash Player 10. Some of the new features include 3D visual effects, a new text rendering engine, and changes to how the player handles dynamic sound loaded at runtime. If you are interested in learning more about the significance of FP10, check out the current blog buzz by visiting the links below. I've trolled through the latest content and hand selected some of the most informative and interesting blog posts.
Flash Player 10 available on Adobe Labs
Public Bugbase powered by JIRA
Wired magazine covers the release (by Scott Gilbertson)
FlashMagazine.com on FP10's new text engine
FlashMagazine.com on using FileReference to load and save files
FlashMagazine.com on PixelBender (formerly known as "Hydra")
FlashMagazine.com on Dynamic Streaming in FP10
FlashMagazine.com on Dynamic Audio Generation
FlashMagazine.com on 3D support in FP10
Grant Skinner on building FP10 demos
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This entry was posted by Aaron West on May 15, 2008 at 4:41 PM. It was filed in the following categories: Flash. It has been viewed 4458 times and has 1 comments.