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August 3, 2009

New mobile development sessions include Flash Lite

Filed under: Flash Lite News — Tags: , , , , , , , — Li YongFei @ 11:43 pm

September 13-14, 2009, Toronto, Canada FITC Mobile will bring together the leaders in mobile design and development for two full days of presentations and an optional workshop day. Sessions cover a variety of topics related to mobile platforms (Android, Flash Lite, OpenGL, Windows CE), applications (SMS, QR codes, video) and devices (BlackBerry, Palm, iPhone).

  • 2 full days of presentations, plus one optional day of pre-conference workshops
  • Covering iPhone, Flash Lite, Android, Windows Mobile, SMS, Palm, Blackberry, and other relevant topics in the Mobile world
  • Over 30 presentations and panels covering all aspects of mobile development
  • Between 300-400 attendees anticipated from around the world
  • Over 30 presenters from the mobile world

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March 19, 2009

Flash Lite 3.1 Windows CE Plug in for Internet Explorer

Filed under: Flash Lite 3.1, Flash Lite News — Tags: — Li YongFei @ 9:09 pm

Calsoft Labs, wholly owned subsidiary of global product engineering company California Software Company Ltd, today announces the availability of Flash Lite 3.1 Windows CE plug-in for Internet Explorer.

Calsoftlabs, an authorized Adobe Flash Lite distributor, today announced the availability of the Flash Lite 3.1 plug-in for Windows CE. Flash Lite is an optimized version of popular desktop Flash player by Adobe and is targeted towards mobile and embedded market.

Calsoft already offers a standalone version of Flash Lire 3 player that can be used for user interface (UI) as well as games and applications. The Flash Lite plug-in will facilitate users to view sites such as using Internet Explorer on Windows CE devices. The plug-in will play Flash 9 content as long as it is written using Action script.

Microsoft’s Windows CE operating system is used with a wide range of devices such as netbooks, kiosks, networked media and consumer electronic devices.

"In the absence of Flash player, users were restricted in the amount of web content they could browse on Windows CE devices", said Anand Joshi, Director of Mobile and Embedded Division at Calsoft.

"This port allows users to access a wide range of rich content on the web and experience web to the fullest, Due to portable architecture of Flash Lite 3, it is possible to create a plug-in on a very tight schedule to meet market requirements". The port is available immediately and will start shipping in production devices in Q2/2009.

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