The session I presented at BarcampBrighton 08 this weekend was entitled ‘10 AIR apps you can’t live without’ and aimed to highlight some of the great applications that have been built using AIR that you might actually use on a daily basi
John O’Donnovan has an interesting post over on the BBC Internet blog talking about how the BBC’s Olympic content has been consumed over different media channels, including web, desktop and mobile.
Whilst I recommend that you read the entire p
Flash on the BeachÂ is coming up soon and we’ve got some tickets to give away - for your chance to win all you need to do is open up Photoshop or Fireworks and impress us with your creativity Simply supply us with a photo that features you, has a
This autumn Marco Casario, Peter Elst and Koen De Weggheleire will be running ‘Meet the Guru’ training sessions in London - as I’m sure you already know, each of these guys are accomplished authors, conference speakers and developers and
It’s less than two weeks to go to Flex Camp London (August 28th, 2pm - 8pm, London, UK) - the official event website is now up at http://www.flexcamp.co.uk and registration is well and truly open… in fact, there’sÂ nearly 200 people regi
To support the ScaleNine.com contest I created a series of short tutorials that cover using Fireworks CS3 and Flex Builder 3 to create a visual theme for Flex applications.
If you’re new to skinning Flex components and creating Flex themes I hope th
Adobe, along with EffectiveUI, are sponsoring the ScaleNine ‘Skin to Win Challenge’ - this is your chance to win a Macbook AIR with SSD, Creative Suite 3, Flex Builder 3 Professional AND a ticket to MAX! All you have to do is submit an origina
It’s been way overdue, but at last the UK gets a Flex Camp! More details on speakers and sessions are to be announced next week on the official site, but in the meantime save the date in your diary and get yourself registered.
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The BBC today launched their second desktop widget built using Flex and deployed on AIR to deliver updated news coverage from the Olympics and to provide desktop alerts for when Olympic events are starting.
Following on from the beta launch of BBC LiveUp
If you live in the UK you’ll be familiar with The Sun newspaper, if you’re not then Wikipedia will help you out, but it’s one of the most popular tabloid newspapers in the UK with nearly 8 million readers every day.
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