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Luis Polanco Unveils Adobe's Cross-OS Runtime – Codename: "Apollo"

Adobe's Next-Generation Client Will Help Developers Leverage Flex on the Desktop

Adobe's next-generation client, codenamed "Apollo," will extend the reach and capabilities of today's rich Internet applications (RIAs), freeing them to run outside the browser, on desktops. Luis Polanco (pictured), product manager for Apollo told the audience at 'Real-World Flex' in New York City today.

Polanco showed how RIAs for the desktop will in the future be able to be built using Apoloo 1.0 in conjunction with familiar web development technologies including HTML, AJAX, Flash, as well as Flex.

There will be a developer release available via Adobe Labs "by the end of the year," Polanco announced.



Adobe's Luis Polanco takes the wraps off "Apollo," the upcoming cross-OS runtime that Adobe believes will transform the possibilities f
or Web apps to become desktop apps.
He was speaking at "Real-World Flex" in New York, August 14, 2006

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