Adobe Flash Player Incubator for Firefox 11.2.300.130 is a free Firefox extension used by developers to test their flash applications in a sandbox environment. You can use it to test your application against new technologies to see whether or not they perform well. Adobe Flash Player Incubator 11 features 3D graphics API. You can try new APIs on your flash applications so that you can offer them as soon as you launch your application in the public.
Adobe Flash Player Incubator 11 is capable of rendering a large number of polygons within 60 FPS. So, this is a significant improvement compared to previous versions. Developers will be able to use JSON to test the compatibility of their flash applications with other applications. One of the event notifications it support is Socket Progress Events.
Adobe Flash Player Incubator also support other event notifications such as pause, sleep and resume events notifications. It is equipped with a number of voice quality technologies. It features two important codecs including G.711 codec and H.264/AVC SW codecs.
It is an experimental build designed to allow Adobe to carry out experiments on their new technologies. This extension is currently under development so not all features will work as you want. Previously, the project is known under the code name Molehill but they later has decided to call it Stage 3D as its official name.
Adobe Flash Player Incubator features low GPU APIs. It supports both 2Ds and 3Ds capabilities on different devices so that developers will be able to leverage the GPU hardware acceleration. With Adobe Flash Player Incubator, developers can embark on the application building prior to the inclusion of the features in the regular version of Adobe Flash Player. Adobe Flash Player Incubator is great for developers who specialized in creating flash apps with Adobe Air or Adobe Flash Player.