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Create the Web San Francisco Keynote

(1:21:51) Adobe is committed to moving the web forward. Through work with the community to advance the graphical capabilities of the web, contributions to community projects, and essential tools and services, Adobe is pushing the expressive capabilities of the web forward and making it easier for web designers and developers to express themselves and create the next generation of web experiences.

Adobe and the Web Platform

(15:16) In the opening from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Kevin Lynch discusses how Adobe helps move the web forward through its work on web standards.

Edge Animate

(11:52) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Danny Winokur and Paul Trani introduce Adobe Edge Animate.

Adobe Edge Reflow Sneak

(8:43) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Danny Winokur and Paul Trani give a sneak peak of Adobe Edge Reflow, a new tool for creating responsive web designs.

Adobe and Typography

(17:42) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Jeffrey Veen gives an overview of Typekit and announces new open source fonts from Adobe and the Adobe Edge Web Fonts.

Brackets and Edge Code

(8:15) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Danny Winokur and Paul Trani give an overview of Brackets, an open source web editor, and Adobe Code, a distribution of Brackets focused on integrating with Adobe Edge tools and services.

Adobe Edge Inspect

(6:12) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Danny Winokur and Paul Trani give an overview of Adobe Edge Inspect, a tool and service for testing and debugging web content across devices.

PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build

(8:19) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Danny Winokur and Paul Trani give an overview of PhoneGap, an SDK for creating mobile applications with web technologies, and PhoneGap Build, a service for easily creating and deploying applications built with web technologies.

Edge Tools and Services and Creative Cloud

(4:09) In this excerpt from the Create the Web Keynote in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Danny Winokur and Paul Trani give a summary of the Adobe Edge Tools and Services and how they integrate with the Adobe Creative Cloud.

Journey Through the Graphical Web

(40:16) In this presentation for the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Vincent Hardy from Adobe discusses the quest toward a more graphical web with an immersive presentation of the key features (and characters) that are, have been or will be available to create graphical content on the web. The goal of this playful presentation is to inspire and show the vision of a web with a wide graphical creative surface.

Adobe Edge Animate: Creating the Interactive Web

(43:48) Adobe Edge Animate is a tool for creating web animations with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. In this session from the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012) Lee Brimelow and Sara Hunt from Adobe show how you can start using Edge Animate to create animations that run on browsers and mobile devices.

Brackets: Code the Web

(24:30) Brackets is an open source code editor that challenges the status quo with innovations like inline Quick Editing and live browser connectivity built with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. In this session from the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Adam Lehman from Adobe provides an overview of Brackets and demonstrate how to hack on the project so you can customize and extend it to meet your needs.

PhoneGap: Building & Testing Mobile Apps with Web Standards

(30:01) Every web developer needs to think about a mobile strategy when it comes to deploying content. In this session from the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Christophe Coenraets from Adobe takes a look at new APIs in HTML5 that make the most of mobile device features, how to test and debug content, and workflows for creating mobile applications from web technologies with PhoneGap and PhoneGap Build.

Adobe Pipeline Sneaks

(15:03) See how Adobe's Innovation Pipeline team learns about customers' needs through quick product iteration. Pipeline uses rapid prototyping and live user testing to ensure Adobe is solving the challenges that really matter to modern web designers and developers. In this session from the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Tara Feener and Devin Fernandez from Adobe show a sneak peek of concepts currently in Pipeline.

CreateJS: Creating Rich, Interactive Experiences for HTML5

(32:02) CreateJS is a suite of JavaScript libraries for building expressive content that targets HTML5 Canvas. In this session from the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Grant Skinner demonstrates how to use libraries that let you easily manipulate content on top of HTML5 Canvas, manipulate sound, animate content, and manage loading of assets.

Design Responsively: Creating a Site that Works Across Screens

(16:52) Responsive design is forcing designers and developers to think about their content differently. The huge variation of screen sizes and device capabilities is enabling a whole new level of experiences. In this session from the Create the Web event in San Francisco (September 24th, 2012), Jacob Surber from Adobe shows how to use Adobe Edge Reflow to create responsive web designs.