Handango Opened Up For Flash Lite And More

HANDANGO OPENED UP FOR FLASH LITE

Handango today also announced it has opened it’s doors to sell Flash Lite based mobile games. We already saw operators and even aggregators open the doors, meaning Flash Lite is here to stay for sure.

ADOBE SETS FIRST STEPS TO OPEN UP FLASH LITE

Though our credits for this finding go out to the Device54 blog, we also thank Biskero for pointing us toward them. Device54 reports that Adobe has set the first steps in opening up Flash Lite to the consumers. Everyone who owns a Flash Lite enabled device, can get free upgrades at Adobe. Also developers can download Flash Lite for their devices. Developers are not allowed though to spread the Flash Lite binaries. However the question remains, how to detect if the user needs an upgrade or not?

MAIN DIFFERENCES IN FLASH LITE VERSIONS

As you all know, we’re posting a lot of news around Flash and have Adrian’s Flash Lite diaries in which we will release the second part tomorrow. Yesterday, Alessandro Pace posted an article on his Forum Nokia Blog about the main differences between the current Flash Lite versions available for mobile. A must read for everyone entering Flash Lite development.

WHERE ARE THOSE FLASH LITE GUYS

Getting yourself noted is important these days, specially when you are working on a rather new technology. Yesterday, a new PR tool has been brought to live (thanks Biskero) by Scott. His new service is there to let visitors know where in the world they can find the nearest Flash Lite developer.

FLASH LITE DIARIES

The past months, the blog has grown pretty fast and so have the number of visitors that hit our url on a nearly daily basis. As of today we are proud to announce, the Mobile Games Blog will host Adrian’s Flash Lite diary. Adrian Cummings is probably known for his past contributions to the discussions and editorials on the blog like the Company Spotlight. He’s currently switching from J2me into Flash development and with his posts he will try to keep us updated about his Flash Lite adventures.