Archive for August, 2006

Interested in Flash and Flex Integration? Well of course you are! You already spent thousand of hours and resources designing applications using Flash. Now you’re considering converting those applications in Flex 2 applications.

Wednesday September 6th I will be speaking on the topic of Integration Flash and Flex at the Capital Area Flex User’s Group; Flex and Flash: Are Two Heads Better Than One?

Visit the Capital Area Flex User’s Group website and register for this “can’t miss” presentation; http://www.dc-flex.org.

Eleanor Ringel Gillespie of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution says,

“A super show.”

William Arnold of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer says,

“…immensely satisfying…”

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Hope to see you there!

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Take a look at his posting about something you should watch out for when using the History Manager for Flex 2.

http://aralbalkan.com/700

What is the History Manager you say? Very simple … the Adobe Flex History Manager allows you to navigate through a Flex 2 application by using the web browser’s back and forward buttons.

Happy Birthday Flash!

Posted: August 11, 2006 in Flash, Uncategorized

Did you know that yesterday (August 10th, 2006) was the 10th anniversay of Flash? It’ come a long way baby. From FutureSplash in 1996 to today’s Flash 8 it has certainly matured over the years … and it aint stopping now.
Visit this site to get a glimpse of just how much Flash has changed over the years: http://www.guidebookgallery.org/splashes/flash.

Visit the Adobe site to view a video on the Making of Flash 8: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flash/video/team/

Read what Jonothan Gay (the creator of FutureSplash) has to say about The History of Flash: http://www.adobe.com/macromedia/events/john_gay/.

To celebrate Flash’s 10 year birthday, Adobe is giving registered users of Flash Professional 8 a preview release of Flash Professional 9 with ActionScript 3. The final version is set to ship sometime in 2007. Visit Adobe Lab to get your “Preview” copy: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flash9as3preview/.
Way to go Adobe! Keep the party rockin’!!