1667 readersGoogle recently announced Google Nexus One (made by HTC), the latest Android device out there. As Adobe announced at MAX, Google has joined the Open Screen Project to bring another level of openness to the Web that is good for both developers and users and the Google Nexus One will support Adobe Flash Player 10.1 (as browser
2330 readersA while ago, Adobe announced that Flash player 10.1 was coming to Google’s mobile OS Android. I was very happy at the moment: finally I could start building some nice mobile apps using Flex and AIR. A couple of weeks later however, Adobe said that they were not going to support “old devices” like my
1232 readersFirst, the Official Google Webmaster Central Blog has announced significant enhancements to how Google indexes SWF files. This comes on top of work with Google two years ago, and enhancements last year, and as the post notes, Google is not done yet. Secondly, Flex developer Matthew Fabb has posted thoughts on a MAX 2010 announcement
1675 readersSo if you hadn’t heard the news from Google i/o earlier this week, an Android update called Froyo is coming which brings many top-tier Android devices to v2.2. This includes a lot of cool, new features, most notably performance, but also tethering, and yes, even support for in-browser Flash Player 10.1 support! Last night, I
1164 readersThe next few weeks are getting pretty full again but I wouldn’t want it any other way! I have some really amazing conferences/events on my calendar and wanted to share with you where I’ll be the next coming weeks. Flex Camp Amsterdam – September 22nd – Amsterdam, The Netherlands I’ll be talking about AIR for
2064 readersLike you know I love work with mobile and embedded stuff, in particular I love working with Flash Platform on mobile devices. In latest months I worked on Android and iOS with Flash Professional but in latest weeks I started to work with Flex HERO sdk. I love so much work with Flex but on
14639 readersHi, After months of development and research, Teoti Graphix, LLC has released the MobileUI Toolkit 1. Our first toolkit in a series of time saving AIR mobile Flex component toolkits. The MobileUI Toolkit 1 focuses on; A PopUp that is an inversion of control type manager decorating SkinnablePopUpCtontainer subclasses such as the Dialog and TextDialog.
5015 readersAndrew Shorten has posted a new Flash tutorial: Using Flash Builder 4.5 to package applications for Google Android devices, Flash Builder 4.5 includes support for packaging Flex and ActionScript applications for Google Android, as well support for pack...
1890 readersAt the recent Google IO conference Adobe announced the public beta of Flash Player 10.1 for Android and the public prerelease program for AIR for Android. I’ve been working with the AIR for Android SDK for a bunch of weeks now and Adobe loved my prototype of Trackometer (info on the iphone version) so much
661 readersIn this Flash tutorial you will learn about Movie Clips, working on Guided Layers, use of Tweening Properties, working on different layers. So we will be making Dancing stars using a single star and without using Actionscript. Hopefully it will be having a lot knowledge for you to learn Flash.Category:Flash Animation TutorialsAuthor: stunningmeshDate: July 04,
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