JDF - Job Definition Format - is well-known in the print production community, but virtually unknown within the graphic design community. That is changing. JDF technology was first integrated into Adobe Creative Suite 2 software in Acrobat 7 Professional, and for the first time content originators had the ability to use this industry standard job ticketing format to describe their jobs electronically, right on the desktop.
This paper from Adobe Systems will give a better understanding of how to go about creating applications, from the design of the UI to loading the data, so one can use this information to put new ideas into action. Although the author cover both Flash Lite 1.1 and 2.X in this paper, he tend to focus a little more on Flash 1.1, because that version will be the prominent one to develop for to maintain the largest viewership across the board for at least a year to come.
The Macromedia Flash Platform architecture offers an enterprise-class solution for building and delivering RIAs, content, and communications. With robust servers, a mature programming model, comprehensive development tools, an active community of more than one million Flash developers, and a suite of powerful rich-communication solutions, organizations can easily develop and deliver RIAs, content, and communications solutions that meet their unique business needs. Extensible packaged rich-communication solutions and a wide range of ISV and SI partners enable greater flexibility for the deployment of business solutions build with Flash technology.
Documents can do much more for businesses than commune and inform. The key to producing documents that drive business are enterprise-strength document generation solutions that allow corporate publishers to take content from multiple sources, enthusiastically generate documents, and deliver those documents across a variety of communication channels. Adobe Document Services for document generation combine Adobe server and desktop software with business-critical, IT-friendly toolset.
This paper published by Adobe Systems talks about Internet Applications: A New Frontier. One can provide applications for download directly from ones own website and be able to list them on macromedia exchange to make it easier for users to find applications. Central also provides automatic updating of applications, under ones control. One of the core applications in central itself is an application finder that enables users to see what other applications they might want to install.
JDF - Job Definition Format - is well-known in the print production community, but virtually unknown within the graphic design community. That is about to change. JDF technology has been integrated into Adobe Creative Suite 2 software, and for the first time content originators will have the ability to use this industry standard job ticketing format to describe their jobs electronically, right on the desktop. This paper discusses about reliable jdf job ticketing with adobe creative suite 2. JDF - Job Definition Format - is well-known in the print production community, but virtually unknown within the graphic design community.
This paper published by Adobe Systems describes about Adobe Flex 2 soft ware. Adobe Flex 2 is a complete, powerful application development and deployment solution for creating and delivering cross-platform Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). It enables the creation of personalized, interactive applications that dramatically enhance the user experience, revolutionizing the way people interact with the web.
The XSLT features of FrameMaker are only available if one is using structured FrameMaker. With the release of FrameMaker 7.0, Adobe combined what had been two separate applications into one. Now, both structured and unstructured authoring modes are provided in one package, and changing between those modes is a user Preference setting. In general, XSLT comes in handy when one needs to restructure the XML one is authoring in FrameMaker. Typical examples would include preprocessing source XML into a structure ideal for authoring and publishing with FrameMaker, or post-processing to publish in a specific presentation form such as VoiceXML or XHTML.
The purpose of this white paper from Adobe Systems is to help the reader better estimate what the hardware requirements for an Adobe Flex application using Flex Data Services 2 might be in a production environment. The paper gives an overview of capacity planning, then addresses capacity planning issues specific to Flex. It shows a number of characteristics related to the scalability of Flex applications, the ability of Flex to scale linearly, and its ability to help one more efficiently use server resources. However, it necessarily made a number of assumptions about the application, its users, and their expectations.
To shrink resource burdens and increase efficiencies, organizations throughout the reporting chain need a business reporting environment that helps manage document versioning and auditing; ensures transparency within the reporting chain; allows the creation of multiple dynamic reports from the data; offers programmatic access to report information; and integrates statements and forms with legacy environments. Extensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL), an XML-based standard developed to define and exchange business and financial performance information, promises to help achieve these goals and enable more sophisticated and automated analysis, thereby reducing the costs, burden, time, and errors involved in business reporting processes.