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Macromedia DevNet was a software and support subscription service from Macromedia.

Product history[]

(2004 Pro update)

Macromedia launched DevNet on February 10, 2003 with two levels of subscriptions. A DevNet Professional annual subscription included software from its Macromedia Studio MX Plus suite, along with access to upgrades as new versions became available.[1][2] It was also offered as an upgrade to owners of Macromedia Studio MX.[3]

Applications[]

Resource Kits[]

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A DevNet Essentials subscription was limited to access to DevNet Resource Kit CD-ROMs, which included components and extensions for Macromedia MX development tools.[1] Originally known as the Macromedia MX Developer Resource Kit,[4] the first two volumes were combined into a "Macromedia DevNet Resource Kit Special Edition" which was included with Macromedia Studio MX Plus. DevNet subscribers continued to receive additional volumes on a quarterly basis.[2] The final release was volume 13 in October 2005.[5]

Discontinuation[]

On January 3, 2005, Macromedia migrated business subscribers to a volume licensing program. Support was ended by Adobe Systems (which had acquired Macromedia) on February 1, 2006.[6]

References[]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Introducing Macromedia DevNet Subscriptions by Mike Chambers. 2003-02-10.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Levels and Features, Macromedia. Archived 2003-02-12.
  3. DevNet Savings, Macromedia. Archived 2003-04-04.
  4. DevNet Resource Kit, Macromedia. Archived 2003-04-13.
  5. DevNet Resource Kit: Important Notice, Macromedia. Archived 2005-11-05.
  6. Macromedia DevNet Subscriptions, Adobe Systems. Archived 2006-05-06.

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