Design your animations and applications like a professional
October 30, 2020
Developers that use Mac OS X are in luck because Adobe Flash is a product that has really been worked on and optimized for the Apple operating system. Even though it does take some time to open, as soon as it is totally loaded its smooth flow is enviable and the quality of the designs, animations, and applications that can be created are amazing.
Everything you need to create interactive animations and webs
Adobe Flash Professional is compatible with XFL, an uncompressed Flash format. It also integrates as an integration the Text Layout Frameworks, a new element to add text that makes it easier to create columns and separate text areas. On the other hand, the ActionScript language can be generated automatically when it comes to animating elements, making the transformation from a static design to an animation something that is almost instant.
Create dynamic web pages.
Furthermore, it also integrates a brilliant generator of iPhone-compatible applications, even though the Cupertino company isn’t very happy with the resulting apps. On the other hand, the interface has suffered a total refurbishing with the intention of simplifying it as much as possible, thus making it possible for the new users to learn how to create Flash contents as soon as possible.
The thing is that web standards are constantly evolving and the irruption of HTML5 has led to other tools with a greater integration with this web code. Therefore, Adobe has taken a logical evolutive step creating Adobe Animate, the tool that is here to replace Flash.
Requirements and additional information:
- This is a trial version that you can use for 30 days.
- Runs on Mac OS X 10.7 (64 bits), 10.8 (64 bits) and 10.9 (64 bits).
- Requires a multicore Intel processor and at least 2GB of RAM. Internet connection required for the installation.
- The installer will download Adobe Flash Professional. Once downloaded it will start the installation of the application.
With a degree in History, and later, in Documentation, I have over a decade of experience testing and writing about apps: reviews, guides, articles, news, tricks, and more. They have been countless, especially on Android, an operating system…