En développement chez Adobe, Apollo tente de révolutionner les sites marchants… Suspens !
« Adobe released early bits of its next big product bet on Monday morning, a web and desktop hybrid code-named Apollo. Apollo is the first child born out of the Adobe-Macromedia merger of April 2005, bringing together the desktop strength of Adobe PDF combined Macromedia’s web-savvy Flash and Apple’s web browser engine. Apollo will continue to receive heavy marketing from Adobe building towards a 1.0 launch in the fall. In this post I’ll break down the components of Adobe’s Apollo framework, identify opportunities for application development, and compare the promised features against other software offerings.
What is Apollo ?
Apollo combines Adobe Reader, Flash Player, and Apple’s Safari browser engine into a single desktop application for the Windows and Mac platforms. Apollo applications have access to the local file system and are placed on your taskbar or dock just like you’d expect from an application.
Apollo will be available as an autoupdate for Flash 9 users and will have similar distribution to existing free products from Adobe such as Reader and Flash… » see the rest of this article : Niall Kennedy’s Weblog