Analysis: Photoshop now available as a web application
Adobe provides Photoshop and Illustrator as web applications. Executable cross-platform web applications currently still have beta software status. But it shouldn’t end there.
Photoshop and Illustrator are coming to the web. Industry leader Adobe announced Tuesday evening during its internal Adobe MAX conference. It is the result of a years of cooperation with Google. Photoshop image editing program is now available to Creative Cloud subscribers, Illustrator vector graphics software is still in closed beta at this time. Interested parties can Request an invitation for this.
The first step in Photoshop is to view Photoshop Cloud documents (* .psdc) from Creative Cloud, comment on them, and be able to make minor edits. To do this, users need the Creative cloud Open, select a cloud document, and then select the “Open in Photoshop on Web Beta” button. Among other things, the Quick Selection Tool, Brush Tool, Eraser, or Fill Tool are supported. However, this range of functions should not remain, other functions are planned.
Service technicians, web components, and web assemblies drive web applications
Unlike native Photoshop, you don’t have to download several hundred megabytes, but only around 20MB. Source files are cached offline with the help of a service technician, so only 150 kilo- approximately bytes should be transferred when called again.
Along with Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, other productivity apps are joining the ever-growing circle of cross-platform browser apps. Just a few days ago, Microsoft released its Visual Studio Code editor as a web application.
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