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NoteTag: Adobe Lab's New Web2.0 Proof-of-Concept Release


Monday, May 29, 2006; 04:46 AM

Adobe Labs announced the release of NoteTag: a proof-of-concept for a new project at Adobe currently code-named Kiwi. The Kiwi Project is an exploration of Read/Write RSS and Web 2.0 components for Adobe Flex and the Adobe Engagement Platform.

NoteTag is a sample Flex 2 application that allows users to capture notes during meetings and assign tasks within those notes to individuals. Underneath the hood, NoteTag stores notes as blog entries, formats tasks using a microformat, and uses tags to link tasks (from notes) to people.

NoteTag screenshot.

NoteTag is a proof-of-concept release. As such, its source is of "experimental quality."

Documentation and source downloads are available from the NoteTag section at the Adobe labs website at labs.adobe.com . The NoteTag-source ZIP download includes the Flex Builder projects, ActionScript 3.0 source code , as well as SWC files for all of its dependent projects, that can be used to generate the NoteTag sample application.

A narrated screencast about NoteTag's capabilities is available at http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/notetag/demo/ .



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