Adobe Systems has begun to dish details of Apollo, a fruit of the company’s merger with Macromedia that will allow developers to create run-time applications with Flash and Acrobat that can be used offline without a Web browser.
“This is the natural evolution of what [Adobe and Macromedia] have been promoting for a long time,” Todd Hay, Adobe’s director of platform marketing and developer relations, told PDFZone. “A lot of our core community really sees PDF not as a portable document format but rather a portable application container.”
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