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This article was published on February 9, 2016

Adobe updates Muse and Animate to bring responsive designs without Flash

Adobe updates Muse and Animate to bring responsive designs without Flash
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Adobe Muse and Animate have both been updated to help designers create responsive web pages without Flash animation.

Animate CC now has Typekit integration for HTML5 Canvas docs, and publishing settings for spritesheets to help ads load faster or for websites with a lot of animation. It also supports HTML5 Canvas templates that can be customized with any code editor.

Muse now lets designers create responsive designs that adapt to any screen, and tap into their Creative cloud libraries to access assets.

Both Animate and Muse can be updated via the Creative Cloud desktop app.

Two Major Updates: Adobe Animate CC Has Arrived and Adobe Muse CC Gets Responsive Design [Adobe]

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