For those who are new to the word ADOBE READER, we must tell them that it is software that has been designed for securely viewing the PDF documents. The full form of PDF is “Portable Document Format.” It has cross-platform compatibility as its biggest advantage. This kind of file can be opened in a Linux computer or in windows and even on your mobile phone provided; your mobile phone has a symbian. The PDF format was introduced by the Adobe Systems in the year 1993. For making this format popular in the starting of its launch, the Adobe Systems released the software Adobe Reader free of cost. It was done to beat the competition with the other formats such as Envoy and common ground digital paper. The result is apparent for all of us. Now this format is the standard format for the printable materials and it is the most common and popular format that is being used by the publishers of e-books. Several versions of adobe reader have been introduced in the market in correspondence with the changes as well as updates of the PDF format. The latest version of the Adobe Reader is 8.0.» Read more
Flash player, the software from Adobe Systems that has become almost standard for laptops and PCs, is soon to be usable with smartphones as well. Added to the list of compatible devices is Research In Motions’ BlackBerry. Users of Apple’s iPhone are not as lucky. The announcement came at the […]» Read more
Adobe Systems announced Monday that an update to LiveCycle, its document-based workflow system, is being developed. The new LiveCycle ES2, for Enterprise Suite, will be accessible from smartphones, as well as being hostable in the Amazon computing cloud.
LiveCycle ES2 will also have the new advantage of LiveCycle Mosaic, a portal-esque technology that uses “tiles,” or a series of desktop windows. The purpose for the tiles is to allow employees to customize their digital workspace with instantly-available contextual data and processes from back-end systems.» Read more