So now you want to develop Flash Lite Content for Windows Mobile?
Over the weekend, the news broke that Microsoft is licensing the Flash Lite 3 player and Reader LE for Windows Mobile. I’m not a Flash Lite expert, but I’m suddenly curious. I’m sure that there are many of you out there like me that have never built anything for Flash Lite but are suddenly interested now that the potential audience just increased by millions of devices!
So, I’ve put together some good links as starting points for those of you new to Flash Lite:
- Flash Lite Product Page
- Flash Lite and Flash Player version comparison Page
- Flash Lite and Flash Player full feature comparison Document (PDF)
- Mobile and Devices Developer Center
- Getting Started Guide to Creating Mobile content with Flash Lite
- Getting Started Whitepaper on Flash Lite (PDF)
- Mobile and Devices Home Page
- Adobe Tools for building Mobile Apps
- Online video tutorials for building mobile applications
- Various Flash Lite Tutorials and Articles from Biskero.org
By the way, you don’t have to wait on Microsoft to release a new version of Windows Mobile to play around with in a browser. There are already two great browsers for Windows Mobile that already support Flash Lite today:
I’m seeing more and more interest in using Mobile devices for enterprise connected applications so I’ll be tracking this.