18 August 2010
Adobe hosts developer briefing events to help you gain a better understanding of the InDesign CS4 SDK. These events focus on new content, enhancements, changes, and porting.
Presented by Chris Kitchener, Senior Product Manager for Layout Products.
It is estimated by IDC that in 2009 the world wide automated publishing business, including web to print solutions, will be worth in excess of $400m. InDesign Server is a key technology from Adobe that can help you deliver those automated publishing solutions. In this session you’ll learn more about:
So whether you’re new to the world of InDesign Server, or seasoned developers come to this session and learn the latest thinking on how InDesign Server could extend your solutions offerings either to existing or new customers.
Speaker: Brendan O’Shea, Seoras Ashby
Audience: Business Managers, Engineers, Customers, Partners with little or no experience of IDS
Speaker: Joe Stinson
Duration : 90 Minutes
Speaker: Seoras Ashby
Audience: Business Managers, Engineers, Customers, Partners with good experience of IDS
Content : In this session we’ll cover two separate integrations with InDesign Server. The first examines the Distributed Copy Editor (DCE) reference implementation, and the second talks about how you might approach a LiveCycle and InDesign Server integration.
The Distributed Copy Editor is a reference implementation of a lightweight copy editing application that can integrate with traditional InDesign / InCopy publishing workflows using standard web-based protocols. We'll look under the hood of the server-side web application which controls InDesign Server and the client-side Flex / AIR applications. The second part of this session looks at how InDesign Server can be integrated with the LiveCycle family of products, including LiveCycle Content Services ES, Digital Signatures ES, Forms ES, Output ES, Process Management ES, and Reader Extensions ES.
Speaker: Heath Lynn
Audience: InDesign Family Developers
Speaker: Heath Lynn