Tom Green explores the new Adobe Edge Preview 4. In this first video, Tom gives an overview of the interface and talks about the new importing options, the transform tool, toggling element display, and new stroke and fill menus.

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  1. J (Reply) on Thursday February 9, 2012

    I was excited to watch this video on my iPad about a great new HTML/CSS/JavaScript tool that will let me create animations and graphics that work on the iPad, but ironically, the video itself is Flash only, and doesn’t revert to an HTML version of video like YouTube does.

  2. GV (Reply) on Thursday February 9, 2012

    Hey Tom.
    Always enjoy your presentations. Would look forward to a more in depth tutorial about working with the code snippets provided within Edge.
    Thanks and have a great day!

  3. John Martin (Reply) on Thursday February 9, 2012

    Thanks for the knowledge sharing. All these Edge videos are really helpful. Any idea when Edge will be available for purchase?

  4. Nikhil (Reply) on Thursday February 9, 2012

    This tool is free for now. Will this remain as it is?
    And Tom how much you think will this be useful for web developers.

  5. freakqnc (Reply) on Thursday February 9, 2012

    Thanks for posting the video, nevertheless it’s so basic it is not very useful. Adobe published already videos that illustrate in better ways some of Edge’s preview 4 new capabilities. I had to also chuckle at your excitement when you referred to the fact that’s great to have symbols in library since you can keep reusing them (since it is something we’ve been doing in Flash for ages. ;P)

    I appreciate the effort, although it would be more worthwhile to showcase more noteworthy features as well as disclosing limitations in Edge, just a suggestion there and keep up the good work! Thanks! :D



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