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SWF2Go Professional 2.0 Now Available!

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present you SWF2Go Professional 2.0. Please read the official press release at: http://www.orison.biz/pressroom/pr_swf2go_9_9_08.aspx The new product website orison.biz/projects/swf2go-professional is now live with dedicated forums and wiki. You can find all the details about what’s new in this major release, as well as screenshots of the product on this website. Website: orison.biz/projects/swf2go-professional Note: The wiki is ready, but is currently set to private access until we finalize …

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SWF2Go v2.0 : What’s cookin’ doc?

Okay Flash Lite’rs, It’s time to take a peek at what we were cooking for last 6 months for Flash Lite developers. We are about to release next major version of SWF2Go Professional. As we go through final steps, I thought to make some hype ;) So, rather dumping the cool stuff from SWF2Go v2 User Guide, I just give you the link to it, so you can explore it …

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SWF2Go reviewed by FlashMagazine!

Jens C Brynildsen has published a nice review of SWF2Go Professional. He discusses how a total newbie to mobile development can start using Flash Lite with SWF2Go. SWF2Go is a really niche product that proves the size and variety of the Flash Platform. It’s software that will let you make signed SIS installers that makes distributing your Flash Lite applications for Nokia phones really easy. Thanks Jens for your nice …

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SWF2Go Turns 1 Year Old!

I almost forgot it. 12, March 2007, the day we published first version of SWF2Go Professional. Its one year now! Its been a great year for Flash Lite developers as well as SWF2Go. We have been watching great success stories from users who have been using SWF2Go for their Flash Lite games and applications. SWF2Go 1.5 also added support for Flash Lite 3.0, as well as Symbian Signed certification. There …

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Going to FITC 2008? Get this Mobile Event Guide by Thomas Joose

Thomas has just posted an updated and final version of FITC 2008 Mobile Event Guide on his blog. If you’re going to FITC 2008, this guide would be your best companion. The application features slick graphical design and animations, while keeping all the schedule and building map on your finger tips. A must have! Download now. Here are couple of screenshots for your pleasure. There’s also a SIS version of …

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Announcing SWF2Go Professional 1.5 with Flash Lite 3.0 support

Hello everyone, I’m glad to announce that we have just updated SWF2Go website with latest details about new release of SWF2Go Professional 1.5. The number one SWF Launcher and SIS Packing toolkit for Flash Lite developers. This new version adds support for latest Adobe Flash Lite Player 3.0 and Symbian Signed certification among many other enhancements. Start making Flash Video based applications today! This new version was available to previously registered …

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Flash Lite Indian travel guide on “Mysore Dasara”, made with SWF2Go

Few days back Vivek released an Indian travel guide on “Mysore Dasara” cultural festival. The application is built on top of Adobe Flash Lite 1.1 technology. It will work on almost all Flash Lite enabled mobile devices, but it will give better experience on 240×320 resolution screens. On my Nokia E50, it looks great. Vivek has also posted a video tour of this application on his blog. check it out …

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Symbian Signed Express best for Flash Lite

The new addition to Symbian Signed process family is Express Signing. It will be a quickest route to get your applications Symbian Signed. There are some other changes as well, which you can read at the source. I also noticed, there’s no mention of Self Signing, and I think Express Signing will replace Self Sign. it’s replaced with good alternate, as developers don’t have to instruct users to lower security …