The following videos are demos highlighting various aspects of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe AIR 2 prerelease software on mobile and desktop platforms, and feature Adobe Flash Platform team members demoing websites and applications on devices from Open Screen Project partners and other providers.
In-browser content (Flash Player 10.1)
Adobe Flash Player 10.1 enables uncompromised web browsing of expressive applications, content, and video across devices. With support for a broad range of mobile devices—including smartphones, netbooks, and other Internet-connected devices—Flash Player 10.1 allows your content to reach your customers wherever they are.
Out-of-browser content (AIR 2)
Adobe AIR 2 extends the mobile capabilities of Flash Player 10.1 by delivering rich applications outside the browser and across multiple operating systems. AIR supports online and offline use cases, multi-touch, gestures, screen orientation, and new support for geo-location (GPS).
Flash brings the web to life (New)
See the Flash Platform in action on the Dell 5″ tablet, Dell 12″ smartbook, Palm Pre, Nexus One, Motorola Droid, and HP Mini 311 Netbook (1:58)
iPhone and Motorola Droid (New)
Kevin Hoyt demos several Adobe AIR applications running on the iPhone and Android operating systems created with Flash Professional CS5 and AIR 2 SDK (3:00)
HP’s slate device
Alan Tam visits HP for a preview demo of various sites and apps using Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR on HP’s upcoming slate device (5:26)
Adobe AIR for mobile on Droid
Kevin Hoyt demos various Adobe AIR apps—Tweetbox, South Park, Acrobat Connect Pro—using the Motorola Droid (3:30)
HTC HD2 and Nexus One
Adrian Ludwig demos various Flash video and game sites on two devices manufactured by HTC: HTC HD2 and Nexus One (4:14)
iPhone apps built with Flash
Adrian Ludwig demos iPhone applications, including Boost Your Brain, Digg Pics, and Acrobat Connect Pro—all built with a pre-release Adobe Flash (4:18)
Dell Mini 5 tablet
Alan Tam shows a sneak peek of Flash content running on the Dell Mini 5, an upcoming touch-based tablet (3:35)
iPhone games built with Flash
Adrian Ludwig of Adobe demonstrates a couple of iPhone games and applications that were built using the next version of Flash (3:11)