Currently at version 4.0, Adobe Muse isn’t exactly a new kid on the block when it comes to the company’s arsenal of HTML design tools. While Adobe continues to push Dreamweaver as the core web design software of its ever-expanding universe, Muse is targeted at designers who want to create websites without having to tinker under the hood writing code.
Hollywood is a veritable poster child for Apple products, where Macs have long been favored over Windows for creative tasks from scriptwriting through post-production. While Adobe has offered solutions for the latter almost from the company’s inception, it has only recently dipped its toes into the former with the cloud-based Story.
With fears of a Mayan apocalypse behind us, we can now get back to our hopes and dreams for the future -- such as an iTunes Match-like service to convert our DVDs into a cloud-based movie library. (It's not here quite yet, but CinemaNow has something pretty close.)
If you’ve got Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 Design Premium or Master Collection installed on your system, you may have noticed the updater has fired up to let you know something is new. The company today released updates to Adobe Flash Builder and AIR to enable the promised functionality for designing iOS and BlackBerry PlayBook apps in addition to Android.