Just last Friday, Adobe announced that it is no longer selling and supporting its multimedia application authoring platform Adobe Director and its web publishing and website management tool Adobe Contribute.
The discontinuation of Adobe Director and Contribute makes the death of the Macromedia software official, as per (https://9to5mac.com/2017/01/28/adobe-shutter-contribute-director-shockwave/) 9To5Mac .
"As customers embrace the new features and efficiencies offered by Creative Cloud, we will no longer be selling and supporting Adobe Director and Contribute, which was last released in 2012. Sale of Adobe Director and Contribute will stop on February 1, 2017," Adobe wrote in its (http://venturebeat.com/2017/01/28/big-publishers-turn-to-playwire-to-monetize-through-ads/) blog post.
Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE), a provider of business and mobile software and services, has unveiled the new version 11.5 of its Adobe Director software, with features for game developers, multimedia authors and e-learning professionals to create immersive gaming and multimedia applications.
Adobe Director 11.5 is designed to provide a rich and flexible platform to create applications for both online and desktop viewing.