Apple Releases Major Update to iAd Producer

Posted August 8, 2012 at 7:29pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4895 views

Apple has released a major update to iAd Producer that contains numerous new features and improvements.

iAd Producer makes it easy for you to design and assemble rich interactive iAd content without any programming.

iAd Producer 3.0
This major release contains a number of new features and improvements, including:
• New templates
• New project overview user interface
• New layer list with search, re-ordering, and the ability to hide layers
• Project-wide shared layers
• Auto-advance between pages
• New built-in actions, including:
⁃ Add calendar event
⁃ Send email
⁃ Place a call
⁃ Add contact
⁃ Add ringtone
⁃ Take screen shot
⁃ Set content offset for scrollView
⁃ Add PDF to iBooks
⁃ Set wallpaper
⁃ Save to photo library
⁃ Open URL
⁃ Take photo
• iAd JS updated to version 1.6

iAd Producer includes:
• A single-window interface for viewing and editing ad layouts and settings.
• Project templates with pre-built ad structure including banners, splash pages, and menus.
• An extensive library of page layouts, controls, and interactive elements.
• Sophisticated object animation tools with precise control over event timing and object properties.
• The ability to create custom, reusable elements for use in iAd advertising.
• Advanced JavaScript code editing and debugging.
• iAd simulation for Mac and iOS devices.

You can get iAd Producer 3.0 from the link below.

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