Monthly Archives: August 2006

The End ;)

After 3 month, my last project in Flash development comes to an end. Today our customer has accepted the final version. I was asked to develop a Flash interface for displaying video (flv) and to interconnect with database information by XML. You can check here the final project. I worked with a great team on… Read More »

WOM : 43 Ideas You can Implement Tomorrow

This one is for marketer, from Womma: 43 ideas to implement your WOM strategy. Although some are obvious other are really interesting. And well, in my point of view, the Buzz marketing should really be implemented in early development. What are the user wishes ? What could be the must “Sexy new development”? How can… Read More »

Google Webmaster Central

Google has opened new tools for webmastering. Those tools added with Google analytics can offer a good overview of your website (from Google Bot point of view). […]comprehensive info about how Google crawls and indexes websites. You can learn here how to ensure that your site is easily crawled and indexed and access tools that… Read More »

AS3 video tutorial : helloworld

I’ve just opened a new folder for actionscript3 over my server. You can access it directly with the url : My first video is about beginning AS3 with Flash 9 Alpha and to create a little helloworld application in AS3. My English is quite terrific and I hope you can still understand what I… Read More »

Mobile Innovations of the Future

Just read from mobile-weblog a link to Six Mobile Innovations that Will Change Your Life. – Mobile payment – Mobile presence – Ubiquitous computing – Ubiquitous media – Health applications – People (and object) tracking Ahmet   0 Kudos Don'tmove!

Meeting Fscommand2 with Flash Lite 2.0

Here a little example about using Fscommand2 with Flash Lite, you can access some low level (not really but kind of) information about Network, Player Memory, Platform and so on. As you can guess it doesn’t work on Flash Player(that why what you see bug) but it works well in emulator and on FlashLite2 Player.… Read More »

Introducing problem in Java Micro Edition

Interesting post from Munja where he makes a work around about Java Micro Edition most obvious problems. […] The force of java was always portability, on the other hand: compile once run everywhere. In the world of desktop java this promise is respected (even if in opinion of some colleagues it is more like: compile… Read More »

J2Mobile : J2ME and Mobile World

J2Mobile is a new blog that was born on last Friday. I’ve made it for the students (and some of the teacher) of the Advanced Systems Object Group from Geneva University (were I’m student). It is not an official blog from Geneva University. We will mostly talk about J2ME, the Mobile World and obviously from… Read More »

Next Generation Wireless Applications

I just finished reading this book (it’s already an old book from 2004), about the Next Generation Wireless Applications written by Paul Golding. It’s a very refreshing book that give a good review of what is now possible with mobile phone. The introduction chapter gives an example about how mobile phone could be use in… Read More »

Instant Access to Google Analytics Now

Just read it at the official blog, the wait to receive a Google Analytics account has been removed. So if you haven’t an account now I warmly suggest you to make one. It gives rich informations about your website in tree point of view : the marketer, the executive, the webmaster. Check it here :… Read More »

Flash Lite Texts Enhancements

I was a bit disappointed with FL, I tried to load a CSS but nothing happened. A few click later I knew that FL does not support CSS. What we can do is very basic, but there is still things to do with dynamic text. FL support some Html tags : p (with align), br,… Read More »

Simply Amazing

The AS3 Sound Spectrum Contest Results are out, what was done is simply amazing be sure to check it out at Lee Brimelow blog’s. Congratulation to all participants.   0 Kudos Don'tmove!

Composite Capabilities / Preference Profiles and User Agent Profile

I’ve just found a very nice information article about CC/CP from the university of California, Berkeley : Unified Data Model for Mobile Information Services The goal is to provide a structured format to describe device capabilities and user preferences for the purpose of adapting contents to a device. There is also a useful list of… Read More »

Entrepreneurial Programming and Research on Mobiles

Very nice project taking place between MIT – Nairobi University.There is a part of education and a part of research about A.I. on mobile phone : Using a variant of a Hidden Markov Model (HMM), a phone can trained to predict what its user is going to do next by continually learning about its location,… Read More »