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Macromedia Flash Player 7 (codenamed Mojo) was released by Macromedia on September 10, 2003.

New features

  • Supports progressive audio and video streaming (HTTP).
  • ActionScript 2.0 was introduced, providing an object-oriented programming language for developers. V2 Components replaced Flash MX's components, being rewritten from the ground up to take advantage of ActionScript 2.0 and formally adopt object-oriented principles.
  • Ability to create charts, graphs and additional text effects with the new support for extensions (sold separately), high fidelity import of PDF and Adobe Illustrator 10 files, mobile and device development and a forms-based development environment.
  • Last version for Windows 95/NT4 and classic Mac OS.

History

In 2004, the "Flash Platform" was introduced. This expanded Flash to more than the Flash authoring tool. Flex 1.0 and Breeze 1.0 were released, both of which used the Flash Player as a delivery method but relied on tools other than the Flash authoring program to create Flash applications and presentations. Flash Lite 1.1 was also released, enabling mobile phones to play Flash content.

External links

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