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Rich Mobile experiences with Flash Lite2

A while back I participated in an online tutorial demonstration on how Flash Lite2 can be used to create effective mobile experiences.
What was covered:
1. A background in Flash Lite
  • Flash Lite/Flash for PocketPC/Flash for browser

  • 2. Flash Lite2
  • What-examples
  • Why-new features
  • How-process


  • The one hour tutorial was recorded and can be streamed here. Many Adobe resources including ones made from Flash Lite2 can be found at http://www.adobe.com/exchange

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