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Flash Player 6 for Pocket PC 2002

News - By: pdaBlast! Staff - March 27, 2003
Macromedia, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of Macromedia� Flash(TM) Player 6 for Pocket PC 2002, enabling developers and publishers to quickly and easily deploy rich content and applications to Microsoft Windows Powered Pocket PC 2002 devices.



For the first time, developers can publish standalone Macromedia Flash device content and applications that can play full-screen outside of the browser, such as games, applications, and kiosks. Developers interested in delivering executable Macromedia Flash projectors can license this version of the player for $499. There is no cost to end users.



With the availability of Macromedia Flash Player 6 for Pocket PC 2002, developers can incorporate video and application components within Macromedia Flash MX to deliver rich Internet applications, as well as bring e-learning, rich media, and gaming content to devices.


Also available today is the Macromedia Flash Player 6 developer kit for Pocket PC 2002. The kit includes a content development kit, an interface design policy kit, and a set of optimized user interface components for the Pocket PC. The components for the Pocket PC platform ensure that developers can easily author applications with consistent elements such as radio buttons and check boxes.



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