Flash'In'App by Eltima Software Goes 2.6

April 4, 2011 in Software (E)

[prMac.com] Bellevue, Washington - Eltima Software, a global software development company, has released Flash'in'App 2.6, a Cocoa framework which allows loading and fully managing Flash movies right in Mac applications.

Flash'in'App 2.6 features several new options which make implementing Flash Player component into any Mac application even more convenient.

Those, who are working with Flash'In'App for the first time, will be pleased to find examples of Flash'In'App usage for applications written in different languages - examples for Carbon, Python and Ruby languages were added In version 2.6.

Communication with Flash Player component was also improved. Now SWF objects, arrays and other data can be sent to it via the ExternalInterface class.

New version features several fixes, which make Flash'In'App even more stable and reliable. Flash'In'App is a Cocoa framework, developed by Eltima Software for managing Adobe(R) Flash movies in any application on Mac OS X.

A set of classes, contained in Flash'In'App framework, will let any application play SWF files, manage their playback, communicate with them via External API, FSCommands or Variables, control external resources loading, etc. Flash'In'App classes enable your applications to interact with Flash Player.plugin and SWF files themselves.

Pricing and Availability:
Flash'in'App 2.6.68 is $399.95 (USD) for a single license and $699.95 (USD) for a Corporate license and is available for purchase and download from the Flash'in'App website.

Additional information about Flash'in'App, along with detailed technical documentation, online help and changelog as well as download link can be found at Flash'in'App homepage.

Eltima Software is a global software Development Company, specializing primarily in serial communication, mobile and flash software for Mac OS and Windows. Eltima Software delivers top-notch solutions having a friendly team of 40 professionals. Copyright (C) 2011 Eltima Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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