3910 readersGoogle has released videos documenting the life cycle of a Nexus One phone. The new Google phone surpasses the iPhone in nearly every way. Its short comings have already been made up for with Google’s announcements of Multi-touch capabilities. Soon the phone will be Flash enabled. The Nexus One is truly revolutionary. Kudos to Google
1777 readersIntomobile has a recent look at Adobe Flash 10.1 Player beta on Nexus One with Android 2.2 OS Froyo. I personally like intomobile for insight into mobile because I don’t believe they have any hidden agendas. Our impressions of Adobe Flash 10.1 Player beta running on a Nexus One with Android 2.2 OS Froyo. The
3737 readersMicrosoft Surface has a cool simulation that allows you to drag your fingers across the table to create a water simulation. That got me to thinking about doing it in Flash. Thanks to David Lenaerts’ excellent Ripple class, it took me about 10 minutes to create the example below. As you can see the performance
2476 readersThere hasn't been a ton of interest when I've posted multi-touch subject matter on this blog in the past. But I'm not letting that stop me. I'm excited about the new features in the Beta version of Adobe Air 2, and I'm going to start in on a series of Blog posts that talk about
2828 readersAnybody notice a re-occurring theme here? Canvas performance on the new iPod Touch and iPhone 4G is laughable at 22FPS rendering simple animation. At least the Nexus One can muster up a decent 40FPS for basic canvas rendering. Flash Player 10.1 on the other hand, blows HTML5 out of the water running at 57FPS on
8823 readers Over the last few days, developers in the Adobe AIR for Android private beta started creating AIR applications for the Android OS. Using existing code from Flash applications or their AIR applications created for the iPhone, developers were able to create applications in just a few short hours and for one developer in just
4135 readersToday I wanted to look at a more recent misperception around Flash. That is the idea that Flash cannot work on devices with touch screens. If you know your Flash history then you will probably find this a bit ironic, considering that Flash was originally created specifically for tablets with touch inputs. Regardless, lets take
7302 readersFlash Player 10.1 and AIR 2.5 announced on Android 2.2 during the Google I/O conference.
1050 readersRecently James Ward, Technical Evangelist at Adobe, did a video showing performance of Flex running on the Google Nexus One in Flash Player 10.1. Consider that myth about Flash Player performance not being up to scratch for use on a certain mobile device well and truly busted! No related posts. No related posts.
2710 readersThis one is a really old effect that I always wanted to do. It has two part, first the 2d water effect, and then the parallax effect. Water Effect It all starts (once again) from this page. On there you'll see a "magic" trick to simulate 2d water. I've implemented that code in Actionscript and
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