Adobe Flex is a platform for creating rich internet applications – and an alpha version of Adobe Flex Builder for Linux is now available to the public and runs on SUSE Linux Enterprise. Adobe has traditionally been staunch supporters of Windows and Mac – with a much more limited amount of attention paid to Linux.  Adobe PhotoShop was even named as one of the most requested applications for Linux in a customer survey Novell held last year.  Perhaps Adobe is starting to change their attitude towards Linux — perhaps…

Thanks to this ZDnet blog entry, which points to this Adobe Flex developer’s blog, which points to the official Adobe page.

If you’re starting to look at Adobe Flex, and starting to build some applications, check out this alpha code and be sure to give Adobe your feedback!

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