By targeting modern browsers (IE9 and up, Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera), Snap can support powerful drawing features like masking, clipping, patterns, full gradients, groups, animation, and more.
Want to contribute to the Apache Cordova™ project? Check out the project page at the Apache Foundation.
Did you know that Adobe made extensive contributions to jQuery Mobile to help create a framework based on the principles of progressive enhancement and accessibility? It was truly a community effort and we were thrilled to help make jQuery Mobile a reality.
Check out the jQuery Mobile page to download builds, samples and learn more about this touch-optimized mobile framework.
We also want to make a WebKit developer's life easier by making improvements to WebKit release engineering, performance testing and automated testing.
If you want to learn more about the future of the web, check out what new standards Adobe is championing.
Web Platform Docs
Collaborating with Apple, Facebook, Google, HP, Microsoft, Mozilla, Nokia, Opera, and the W3C, Adobe is actively contributing to the Web Platform Docs project led by WebPlatform.org.
This is a community-driven effort, making it easier than ever to make the web better by offering you direct access to the most comprehensive documentation available for the web regardless of brand, browser or platform.
Visit the CreateJS page to learn more about the capabilities of this framework and download it so you can start building expressive content with HTML5.
Source Sans and Source Code
The first open source font family contribution from Adobe, Source Sans Pro, draws inspiration from 20th-century American gothic typeface designs and was designed to work well in user interface (UI) environments. Its companion, Source Code Pro, is a monospaced typeface that was designed for coding environments.