Adobe Systems has announced the availability of Adobe LiveCycle ES Developer Express, a full version of a previous release that will be hosted on Amazon's cloud computing network.
"Today's news shows further support for our enterprise developer community, providing a 'sandbox in the sky' for rolling out LiveCycle ES applications faster than ever," said Kumar Vora, vice president and general manager for LiveCycle at Adobe.
"By embracing Amazon Web Services [AWS] to power this offering, Adobe combines its comprehensive enterprise solution with a cloud environment that knocks down barriers to productivity for enterprise developers worldwide."
Adobe said that the release provides developers with a self-contained prototype, development and testing environment without the need to install or configure the software themselves. According to the firm, this can greatly reduce the time required to launch, test and modify applications.
"We are excited to see Adobe extend to its customers the vast potential for unlocking productivity by providing access to enterprise-scale environments in the cloud," said Adam Selipsky, vice president of product management and developer relations at AWS.
"By offering developer access to its comprehensive LiveCycle ES solution via AWS, Adobe continues to push the boundaries when supporting its enterprise developer community."
Adobe LiveCycle ES Developer Express is available immediately to all members of the Adobe Enterprise Developer Program.
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