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Adobe Illustrator UXP integration timeline / road map

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Aug 22, 2020

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Hello,

 

I am curious as to if there are any plans in the near future for the Unified Extensibility Platfrom to make its debut for plugin/extension development within the Adobe Illustrator platform. 

 

Information on this subject seems to be scarce and any updates on the topic span far and few between. A few posts on the web from back in 2019 vaguely suggest for UXP support to be included in Illustrator/Photoshop by late 2020. Considering the UXP platfrom has already reached After Effects I was wondering if it can be expected for the UXP platfrom to reach Illustrator soon? 

 

It would be much appreciated if anyone could please share their expertise on the subject and if there might be any official sources one can follow regarding UXP release timeline / roadmap for its integration into the Illustrator software. 

 

With many thanks,

Correct answer by willwisp | Community Beginner

Thank you, this was very helpful and informative to learn of. Credentials were not required and I was able to freely watch the recording. Im really excited to go through the rest of the recordings.

 

So as a recap from Kerri Shotts UXP Deep Dive session, what I gather is that:

 

- UXP will be reaching more Adobe products by 2021 [Although timelines can change](Illustrator, Premier Pro, InDesign etc).

 

- CEP and Extendscript are not going anywhere for the forseeable future, and will continue to work side by side as UXP gradually makes it appearance.

 

- As of this recording, for those interested, UXP for Photoshop is available in beta phase as part of the Photoshop Prelease Program

 

Thanking you sincerely @CarlosCanto,

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Adobe Illustrator UXP integration timeline / road map

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Hello,

 

I am curious as to if there are any plans in the near future for the Unified Extensibility Platfrom to make its debut for plugin/extension development within the Adobe Illustrator platform. 

 

Information on this subject seems to be scarce and any updates on the topic span far and few between. A few posts on the web from back in 2019 vaguely suggest for UXP support to be included in Illustrator/Photoshop by late 2020. Considering the UXP platfrom has already reached After Effects I was wondering if it can be expected for the UXP platfrom to reach Illustrator soon? 

 

It would be much appreciated if anyone could please share their expertise on the subject and if there might be any official sources one can follow regarding UXP release timeline / roadmap for its integration into the Illustrator software. 

 

With many thanks,

Correct answer by willwisp | Community Beginner

Thank you, this was very helpful and informative to learn of. Credentials were not required and I was able to freely watch the recording. Im really excited to go through the rest of the recordings.

 

So as a recap from Kerri Shotts UXP Deep Dive session, what I gather is that:

 

- UXP will be reaching more Adobe products by 2021 [Although timelines can change](Illustrator, Premier Pro, InDesign etc).

 

- CEP and Extendscript are not going anywhere for the forseeable future, and will continue to work side by side as UXP gradually makes it appearance.

 

- As of this recording, for those interested, UXP for Photoshop is available in beta phase as part of the Photoshop Prelease Program

 

Thanking you sincerely @CarlosCanto,

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Aug 22, 2020

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You are not talking to Adobe employees here, just others trying to offer help. So we don't really have any idea of Adobe's future plans. However, you can add this here: https://illustrator.uservoice.com/ so that they know your wishes.

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Aug 22, 2020

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Thank you for your help, I very much appreciate it. I will follow up on the provided link.

All the best

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Aug 22, 2020

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UXP info is under NDA

 

Check out this post by Ingo, he shared all the videos from Partner Days Event this year where they talked about UXP. I'm not sure if you need special access to the recordings, it didn't ask me for my credentials. If you don't have access, contact Ingo, he'll give you access.

https://medium.com/adobetech/partner-days-2-0-why-switching-our-event-from-in-person-to-digital-was-...

 

once you have access watch Kerri Shotts session (watch them all if you can)

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Thank you, this was very helpful and informative to learn of. Credentials were not required and I was able to freely watch the recording. Im really excited to go through the rest of the recordings.

 

So as a recap from Kerri Shotts UXP Deep Dive session, what I gather is that:

 

- UXP will be reaching more Adobe products by 2021 [Although timelines can change](Illustrator, Premier Pro, InDesign etc).

 

- CEP and Extendscript are not going anywhere for the forseeable future, and will continue to work side by side as UXP gradually makes it appearance.

 

- As of this recording, for those interested, UXP for Photoshop is available in beta phase as part of the Photoshop Prelease Program

 

Thanking you sincerely @CarlosCanto,

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awesome, thanks for the recap.

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