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Adobe Blinks; Builds Product on HTML5

Adobe is in the Process of Recognizing HTML5, The Modern Answer to Adobe’s Sacred, Apple-Loathed Flash Plug-In

Adobe is in the process - as it put it - of recognizing HTML5, the modern answer to Adobe's sacred, Apple-loathed Flash plug-in, as something serious.

It's started to preview a free new design web motion and interaction design tool called Edge for editing animations and interactive web page elements based on HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript.

Adobe's looking for feedback.

The thing is focused on adding rich motion design to new or existing HTML projects and integrates with Adobe's web design software Dreamweaver. It's reportedly not as good as Flash yet, but Adobe means to improve it.

It goes on sale next year.

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