During the "Create the web" conference in San Francisco, Adobe unveiled its latest tools, that will be no doubt used to create tomorrow's web.
Adobe, owner of Flash, is not crazy and knows that this technology is in its end of life : all the web talks about today is HTML5 et CSS3. The new tools are :
Reflow isn't available yet ; it is a tool to help in creating responsive designs : the style of the page adapts itself to the width of the user's screen, so that you only have one website for mobile devices and desktop PCs. I wonder how this tool will fare !
Inspect is designed for mobile developers. The tool allows you to see, in real time, a webpage on multiple devices, to synchronize navigation across different machines, to take screenshots, etc.
This seems to be a clone of Google's own Web Font service : Adobe Web Fonts let's you use a variety of free fonts in your web projects. Adobe has a partnership with Google, so we find here the same fonts that are available at Google, even the new Adobe creations, Source Sans Pro & Source Code Pro. So for now, I don't really see the use for this service.
These tools are available to anyone with a free "Creative Cloud" account, but you can pay a fee to have less limitations. In PhoneGap for instance, the free accounts can only create 1 "private" app, do 100 build per month, and create an unlimited number of public apps (à la github).Manu