Adobe, Facebook Issue Flash Developer Library

Susan Hall

Adobe and Facebook are teaming up to help developers use Flash technology in games and other social apps by releasing an Actionscript 3 client library, reports Venture Beat.

 

In the past, developers had to figure out how to incorporate Flash on their own. Facebook senior platform manager Josh Elman told CNET News:

There just weren't a lot of great tools that officially helped developers put these platforms together.

The library, which is open source and available for free download, is aimed at developers with limited expertise or resources. Macworld reports the library will be updated based on user feedback.



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