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Building Adobe WorkflowLab, Part 7: Build and Release

Article Description

Concluding their series on the design and creation of WorkflowLab, Aaron Pedersen, James Polanco, and Doug Winnie, the authors of Adobe Flash Platform from Start to Finish: Working Collaboratively Using Adobe Creative Suite 5, examine the testing and release phases of the project. Bringing the discussion full circle, they connect the WorkflowLab project to the content of their book.
Conclusion

Conclusion

Since its initial release to the public, Adobe WorkflowLab has been upgraded twice with new and enhanced features, based on feedback from Adobe's product teams and the development community. Our team is currently in the process of planning, designing, and developing a new release of WorkflowLab, which should be available for the public in the near future.

Our intention for this series of articles was to demonstrate how a real-world project can use the principles we define in Adobe Flash Platform from Start to Finish to plan, design, develop, and deploy an application to the public. The book covers multiple scenarios, team sizes, and project scopes so that you can adopt the processes that best fit your workflow, and you can learn about issues that you and your team should consider when creating Flash-based applications. The processes we've outlined for WorkflowLab in this series are just some of the many ways to apply the principles in the book. We hope that these ideas will be helpful to you for your current and future projects.