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Created: firt (01 Apr 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (14 May 2013)

Adobe Device Central CS3 is a tool that allows you to test and debug mobile content in many formats. This tool appear in the market with Creative Suite 3 package from Adobe in April, 2007.

With Device Central, you can test:

  • Wallpapers and Themes in many devices, including many Nokia's one.
  • Flash Lite content. You cant test and debug them in an emulator.
  • Mobile websites developed in XHTML MP, like the ones created in Dreamweaver CS3

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