Today’s S3 outage taught me quite a bit. I don’t currently have any sites or services running on AWS, but I will have multiple ones up shortly. I am always big on redundancy, but I admit that when I comes to things like EC2 and S3 - I assume
As many have speculated, Yahoo Rejected Microsoft’s initial offer of $44.6 Billion. Hopefully this will mean that there are additional companies that could become involved with Yahoo that would be more beneficial for the Flash, Flex, and ColdFusion
I think Yahoo and AOL would be a much better fit than Yahoo and Microsoft. I hope that this could actually work. It amazes me how Yahoo is really trying to find a way to not get bought by Microsoft.
Yahoo Seeks to Restart Merger Talks with AOL
I have recently written a series of articles over at InsideRIA.com on the clipboard support inside of AIR.
Introduction to the Clipboard
Advanced Clipboard Techniques
Clipboard Explorer Application
As always, let me know if you have any additional quest
AIR Tip 8: This tutorial will walk you through the process of serializing Actionscript 3 classes. There are several uses for this in AIR such as custom clipboard data types and the encrypted local store. By understanding the serialization process, you c
When a site is completely redesigned in such a way that the URL structure will change, it is important to keep your old links functional. Recently, a large organization (which shall remain nameless) retooled their website. This included changes to sever
TechCrunch reported today that other companies (such as News Corp.) are interested in Yahoo as well. I am really hoping that whoever purchases Yahoo will preserve a bit of its online identity. I also hope that whoever purchases Yahoo (even if it is Micro
What a way to start a Friday morning… Microsoft has put in a $45 Billion bid for Yahoo. Normally, I don’t mind big corporate mergers, but this one has me a bit concerned. Yahoo has done a great job of supporting Flash / Flex / Actionscript
My session at 360Flex Atlanta is titled, Cairngorm for Adobe AIR Applications. Here is the gist of the session:
Cairngorm is not built for AIR applications, but rather for Flex applications. To take advantage of the AIR API specifics, you will have to m
360Flex is just around the corner. I am getting really excited about this one. I will be talking about Cairngorm for Adobe AIR Applications. This week I am going to post a full description of my session - including what topics I will be covering (and w