1343 readersWe have two presentations planned for our March meeting! First, Demian Borba will be talking about use FDT. For those who don’t know about this alternate editor for Flash/Flex development, here is a blurb from their site FDT is the most powerful Flash development environment for Actionscript 2, 3 and MXML. The only editor built from the
914 readers[ March 3, 2010; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] We have two presentations planned for our March meeting! First, Demian Borba will be talking about use FDT. For those who don't know about this alternate editor for Flash/Flex development, here is a blurb from their site FDT is the most powerful Flash development environment
9999 readersFlash legend ALAN SHAW (formerly known as @nodename) Will be our 4th speaker for our next event 6th of Sept. “I’ve started writing my open-source Flash libraries in haXe rather than AS3. haXe can be compiled into a swc that you can use in your AS3 projects, and it’ll perform faster than the swc you’d have built with AS3. Furthermore your haXe code
2135 readersEarlier this week, Adobe released Flash Builder 4, the successor to Flex Builder 3. The new version includes a ground-up overhaul of the Flex SDK component set and significant enhancements to both the ActionScript development environment and the MXML design environment. Anyone using Flex Builder 3 today should definitely upgrade. The improvements in Flash Builder
4984 readersThis is good to see, finally the powerful opensource IDE for actionscript, haxe and php is targeting cross platform. With its newer community release version, apart from the major upgrade to the coding environment, the whole IDE is moving to Linux and ...
11788 readersFlash Professional isn’t the only tool you can use for making Flash apps and games. Earlier in the year we looked at FlashDevelop; now, we’ll take a look at FDT 4, a powerful IDE designed specifically for ActionScript, MXML and haXe development. Read on to find out what it can offer you! FDT’s Great Timesaving Features The
10727 readersThe waiting comes to an end, you can now upgrade your FDT to a whole new dimension. FDT has just become the perfect toolkit for Flash-/Flex-, haXe- (HTML5, JS, PHP, WebGL …) and mobile development. New Features: haXe support Extract Method Extract Constant Extract Local Variable Convert Local Variable to Field ASDoc View Fat SWC
4391 readersFlex 4.5 was recently released, and one of the big pushes for that is mobile support. When building mobile components, we want to build ActionScript Skins for them instead of MXML skins, as we did with Flex 4 and Flex 4.1. This is a bit of a change for...
4487 readersFlashDevelop is an open-source IDE for Flash Platform development (ActionScript, MXML, HAXE, etc.) on Windows platform. I have extensively used it in past, and still, painfully, use it via windows virtual-machine on OSX host. Couple of years back, I looked at FlashDevelop code to figure out, if we can port it for other operating-systems, such
3031 readersNo sure if you know, there has been a minimal basic unit testing package, haxe.unit, bundled in the Haxe std library, since Haxe 1.02! Although its functionality is minimal, but it is enough for most of the projects and being very target independent. I would definitely recommend it to any beginner of writing unit test. The haxe.unit
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