Adobe AIR showcases on Motorola Droid. Adobe AIR 2 extends the mobile capabilities of Flash Player 10.1 by delivering rich applications outside the browser and across multiple operating systems. AIR supports online and offline use cases for improved application reliability and access, enhanced app security models, and new support for geo-location (GPS). Watch yourself:
Flash player on mobile devices is finally showing signs of fruits. For many of those who wanted to doubted the future of flash, the implementations of Flash player 10.1 will be a eye opener. Dave Zuverink has written a nice article on the Adobe Dev Net that explains designing RIA for mobile devices. Dave Zuverink currently leads the development efforts of slider framework at Adobe. With the forthcoming of powerful hardware as the snap dragon chip, and the evolution of Flash player 10.1 in browser and mobile AIR, looks like every phone will be more capable than iPhone in a the near future.
The new Red5 0.9 is out. I guess i missed it on release date 🙁 . Nevertheless.. the Red5 team seems to be doing a wonderful job as they near to the first stable version (1.0) of Red5. And since its the only good to use and friendly Open source RTMP server out there, its no wonder that everyone have their eye on its progress. Great job Red5 Team !!