Google Calendar has now enabled both two way and one way sync with Microsoft Outlook. This is more than just reading your GCal feeds - it is an actual Windows application that enables the sync. I might have to revisit Outlook in the future if others hav
AIR Tip 10: This tip will show you how to disable the AIR auto-update for an application where you do not want the AIR update popup to be displayed.
I just posted my slides and code samples from 360Flex. My session was entitled ‘Cairngorm for Adobe AIR Applications’. This session was a brief introduction to existing tools for Cairngorm that you to interact with core AIR API calls as serv
Lee Brimelow just released his slides from FITC on AIR. These slides are a great resource and provide excellent code examples. You can check out his post here.
Christophe Coenraets presented on the future of data services at 360Flex yesterday. As usual, his knowledge of data services proved valuable. He also demonstrated some of the new features that will be coming out in the next version of LCDS (reported to
Adobe has now released AIR 1.0 and Flex 3.0. AIR specifically has been years in the making, and it’s impact will be huge. Many of the companies that haven’t yet jumped onto the AIR bandwagon due to its Beta status are now going to begin deve
I am sitting in Caribou Coffee a bit north of Atlanta getting ready for 360Flex, and I was reading through some blog posts, and I spotted this one on why Blist chose Flash/Flex/ActionScript. Great read for anyone developing in Flex/Flash/AS3 as well as t
As I stated earlier, I am presenting a session on ‘Cairngorm for Adobe AIR Applications’ at 360Flex Atlanta next week. I am in the process of finalizing my talk, but I wanted to give you guys (and girls) a chance to give some feedback which w
A bit of discussion has developed from my previous article, Moock on ActionScript 4 about features that people would like to see in future versions of ActionScript. Obviously at the top of the list (mentioned by Dave) we have Threads. Does anyone have o
Colin Moock is presenting details of ECMAScript 4 at FITC. He has posted some of his lecture notes regarding changes (that will probably be present in ActionScript 4 as well). These changes include: