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Came across http://unexpectedlyquit.com today and found it somewhat comforting. The premise: "Every time an Adobe application misbehaves I upload the error message."
I'm not one to bash Adobe Creative Suite - it does after all make me a living. But this s
I just launched a quick 5 minute project:
As a developer, I get this question from clients all the time, so I thought it time to create a simple service where I could send them to check.
In the future I'd like to have
The work-in-progress Flash on the Beach 2008 schedule was posted this afternoon, and since I bought my ticket the day registration opened, you can imagine how I immediately went to the site to check out exactly who was speaking and when.
As expected, it l
Adobe released beta 2 of Flash Player 10 this afternoon, and I was very excited to see in the release notes that they have added in a new method of the Loader class, unloadAndStop(). From said release notes:
unloadAndStop â?? This new ActionScript 3.0 API
Adobe has just announced this evening that they have formed a partnership with Google and Yahoo! to enhance the searchability of SWF content by helping their spiders run SWF files in the Adobe Flash Player runtime.
Ryan Stewart does a great job of explain
Rob Ford, founder of The FWA, and Taschen Books have posted a virtual copy of their upcoming book "Guidelines for Online Success" for viewing before the print version hits bookstore shelves.
I ended up spending about an hour flipping though the virtual ed
This weekend I was catching up on my unread email when I came across an interesting quote from the June 2008 edition of Adobe Edge, specifically, an article on the new features of Dreamweaver CS4:
"When your projects include SWF files created with Adobe F
This week Didier Brun released his Liquid Components set, which I have previously blogged about, as open source. The component set is written in AS3, and provides a simple alternative to those provided by Adobe with Flash CS3, in a similar vein as Keith P
In my search for ways to enable simple debugging when working in Eclipse with both FDT and FlexBuilder, I managed to find two viable options: Arthropod and LogWatcher.
Arthropod is an AIR application that enables enhanced logging for AIR, Flex and Flash
Some readers may remember my previous post on the costs of conferences, specifically Flash on the Beach and 360|Flex compared to FlashForward. In short, FlashForward was more expensive... by a landslide... even when factoring in the cost of an intern