3380 readersThe new Flash Builder 4 comes with package explorer. Flex Builder 3 developers see this an instant eye transition in viewing project contents. Well, if you think you need some more time to move to the new package explorer in v4, you can still view the older folder structure of v3 in v4 by enabling a
15574 readersIn case you’re doing AIR Android development you’re familiar with Dalvik debug tool (just run ./ddms) and adb. You get information about the Android applications running and you can view/filter processors. You can view devices connected, terminate applications, filter, screen grab and many other features. What I usually do is filter for “flash” and you
2927 readersThis is repost of the Flex Filter Explorer I create a while back. Alter Flex filter properties and generate the appropriate MXML code to create the filter. Launch the Flex Filter Explorer
6183 readersFlash Builder 4 does have the Ant executable by default, but it doesn’t have the Ant UI (org.eclipse.ant.ui). If you search the web for how to get Ant enabled in Flash Builder 4 you’ll find steps for installing the Eclipse JDT pluging. The steps also work fine for Flash Builder 4 Beta 2/1 and Flex
1745 readersTo compare two files in Eclipse, first select them in the Flex Navigator with control-click. Now right-click on one of the files, and the following context menu will appear.Select Compare With / Each Other. A file comparison window will open.You...
1620 readersTo compare two files in Eclipse, first select them in the Flex Navigator with control-click. Now right-click on one of the files, and the following context menu will appear.Select Compare With / Each Other. A file comparison window will open.You...
5151 readersFlash Builder 4 is a big improvement over Flex Builder 3 for performance. But even so it doesn’t hurt to give Eclipse a little boost of much needed memory. Simply go to your eclipse.ini file. In Windows that’s located somewhere around here: C:\Program Files\eclipse3.5. Note: If you are using Flash Builder standalone then look for
4311 readersFor Eclipse to regcognize projects with Flex nature you need to edit .project file and make sure that the flex natures are the first in the list: <natures> <nature>com.adobe.flexbuilder.project.flexnature</nature> <nature>com.adobe.flexbuilder.project.actionscriptnature</nature> <nature>org.eclipse.jdt.core.javanature</nature> <nature>org.maven.ide.eclipse.maven2Nature</nature> <nature>org.eclipse.wst.common.project.facet.core.nature</nature> <nature>org.eclipse.wst.common.modulecore.ModuleCoreNature</nature> </natures>
2693 readersExit Flash Builder or EclipseOpen your FlashBuilder.ini or eclipse.ini fileMacRight click on Adobe Flash Builder 4.app or Eclipse.app, Show Package ContentsOpen Contents > MacOS > Adobe Flash Builder 4.ini or eclipse.iniWindowsOpen C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Flash Builder 4\FlashBuilder.ini or <path to Eclipse>\eclipse.iniFind the...
1611 readersIn case you think embedding fonts in web pages is something new, I made the first font embedding experiments in browsers in 1998. It was working - cross-browser too: Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Navigator 4. See, EOT from Microsoft is quite old (introduced in 1996) and Netscape had their own format, called .pfr, based
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