3126 readersAfter some basics testing, I jumped to a more exciting test : the Wiimote support!Before the update, the Wiicade API was the lib to use.(4 wiimotes on Wii Flash Player 2 years ago)I so implemented it using the same example : unfortunatly it is no longer working!Honestly, I was afraid of this since I saw
1541 readersI read over Anad’s blog that Flash Lite 4 bits are now available from Calsoft. For those that don’t know, Calsoft is one of a handful of partners who work with Adobe to get the Flash (Lite) runtimes working across various chipsets for devices which enable the platforms we sometimes work on. In any event,
1639 readersAt Adobe, we believe that the open flow of creativity, ideas, and information should be limited only by the imagination. Innovation thrives when people are free to choose the technologies that enable them to openly express themselves and access information where and when they want. Everyone loses when technological barriers impede the exchange of ideas.
2096 readersI was reading again some information about Flash Lite 4 in Symbian^3 and found some interesting information: “Flash Lite 4 supports Flash 10 and Actionscript 3 so now there should be very little differences between Desktop Flash and Mobile Flash in a Symbian^3 device. Flash is going to move away from several different distribution methods.
2158 readersHere is an interesting post on Forum Nokia blog pointing to some information about the upcoming Symbian^3 and Flash Lite 4.0. “Flash developers, attention: While applications developed for earlier releases should still work out-of-the-box, Symbian^3 brings some new compelling features with Flash Lite 4. Learn all about them in a Forum Nokia Wiki article, ‘Flash
2036 readersAt work today, a colleague and I did a presentation to the rest of the team on Test Driven Development. At BrightTALK we've been using unit tests for some of our code for a few months now, but it's been very much a case of writing tests after writing the code. Often, it's just after
2064 readersThe Flash Player team has a new blog: The team wanted to start this blog to share with you information about how things work in Flash Player, why they work the way they do, tips, tricks, and other interesting behind-the-scenes details. I think the AIR team blog has been pretty good at showcasing customers and
1546 readersHere’s a post from embeddedflash about the reasoning behind Flash Lite 4.0. All the OEMs/Adobe partners out there with Flash Lite 3.1 or below? … well, I hope you are retooling for at least Flash Lite 4.0, if not Flash 10.1 … otherwise you’ll be irrelevant (in developer’s anyways) by years end (if not today).
1421 readersWelcome to the Flash Player Team development team blog. I’m Emmy Huang , a Group Product Manager for Flash Player. The team wanted to start this blog to share with you information about how things work in Flash Player, why they work the way they do, tips, tricks, and other interesting behind-the-scenes details. While there
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