Rich Tretola is a senior software developer at Herff Jones, Inc. specializing in Rich Internet Applications. He is an Award Winning Flex Developer and self proclaimed Flex evangelist.
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Adobe AIR 2 and Adobe Flash Player 10.1 release candidates are now available as release candidates on Adobe Labs.
Adobe® Flash® Player 10.1 is the first runtime release of the Open Screen Project that enables uncompromised Web browsing of expressive applications, content and video across …
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I have been experimenting with AIR on Android and put together a little app to see how AIR on Android was handling File storage. Here are the results for the File alias …
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The new Flex 4 Cookbook from O’Reilly in which I was a contributing author within the sections on Adobe AIR 2.0 will be shipping soon. You can pre-order now.
Flex 4 Cookbook: Real-world recipes for developing Rich Internet Applications
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The Adobe CS5 collection is now available. What does this mean for Flash developers? CS5 includes the update to the Flash IDE as well as Flash Catalyst (which we have been waiting forever for) and Flash Builder 4.
If you have a Flash application that you have been working on for iPhone (prior to …
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The call for speakers for Max 2010 is now open.
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Here is a round up of some you tube videos showing Adobe AIR applications running on Android.
Happy Peg running on Nexus One and iPhone
Slots O’Luck running on Android! TheProducer (AIR for Android) on the Nexus One Adobe AIR for Android Demo myToons – a Flash CS5 app running on a …
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Although I don’t use Facebook very often, I just joined the I’m with Adobe fan page as I am sure you are aware if you read this blog (The Apple is Really Rotten), I have been quite frustrated lately with the direction Apple has decided to go.
If you feel the same way I do, I [...]
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As a follow up to the recent snubbing with the iPad being released without the Flash Player Apple has again targeted Adobe’s plans for compiling apps to iPhone.
Last year at Adobe MAX, Kevin Lynch appeared in a video spoof of Mythbusters where the Flash CS5 iPhone packager was announced. …
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What a great day. While many of the Apple kool aid drinkers are eagerly awaiting the arrival of their so called Flash death machine known as the iPad, Adobe and Google have announced Flash Embrace. Flash Embrace is a commitment by Google to include the Flash Player in the distribution of its …
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One of the coolest features about the new Flash builder 4 IDE is the code generation abilities for connecting to services and building UI. This was the subject of one of my MAX 2009 sessions and that presentation is still available here.
In this demo,I am going to show how easy it is to create …
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