Want to learn more about Creative Cloud for Teams and Creative Cloud for Enterprise Customers? Are you responsible for distributing Adobe Creative Cloud applications throughout your organization? Want to learn how to create targeted packages of Adobe applications from your enterprise or team membership (Photography Professional, Video Professional, Web Professional)?
In this session, we will cover the Adobe Creative Cloud Packager, which makes it easy for IT to create packages that contain Creative Cloud products and updates for their teams or entire organizations.
In this session, you will learn:
What is the Creative Cloud Packager
How to use it
Benefits of using it
Be sure to register here, and come check it out tomorrow at 1:00 PM Eastern Time (10:00 AM Pacific)!
Last week I had the opportunity to present “Data Visualization With Web Standards” to the Data Visualization New York Meetup group. There was a great turnout, and thanks to everyone who attended. I’d like to especially thank Christian Lilley and Paul Trowbridge for organizing the event.
My presentation focused on the fundamental techniques of visualizing data within HTML/JS experiences. You can view my presentation in its entirety below. Slides and bullet points are below the fold…
“One Million Points” Scatter Plot – Let the page load, then use the mouse to click and drag regions to “drill into”. This is a live visualization that shows a scatter plot with a histogram for massive data sets by manipulating individual pixels.
Visualizations like interactive maps, or simple charts can be created purely with HTML structures and creative use of CSS styles to control position, visual presentation, etc… You can use CSS positioning to control x/y placement, and percentage-based width/height to display relative values based upon a range of data. For example, the following bar chart/table is created purely using HTML DIV containers with CSS styles.
WebGL is on the “bleeding edge” of interactive graphics & data visualization across the web. WebGL enables hardware-accelerated 3D graphics inside the browser experience. Technically, it is not a standard, and there is varied and/or incomplete support across different browsers (http://caniuse.com/#search=webgl). There is also considerable debate whether it ever will be a standard; however there are some incredible samples out on the web worth mentioning:
My recent Developer Deep Dive webinar “Visualizing Complex Enterprise Data in a Tablet World” is now available on the Adobe Enterprise Developers Portal. In this webinar, I walk through the fundamentals of a rich, enterprise-data driven mobile experience, powered by Flex, AIR, LCDS, & LCCS.
Take a look at this short clip to get a feel for what’s covered in this webinar…