Monthly Archives: January 2008

Using URLVariables()

URLVariables Class allow you to send or receive data from an URL encoded feed (with the data property of the URLRequest class). There is so two possible use: Sending parameters to a server side script Read parameters written from a server side script The use is quite simple, let’s start by building the PHP file… Read More »

JSON and AS3 URLRequest Class

A while ago, the as3corelib has been published on Google Code with a useful tool: JSON encoder and decoder. JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a lightweight computer data interchange format (that is intended to solve XML structure weight), that allows you to send Object (Array, Strings, Number, …) to your server scripts or to JavaScript.… Read More »

W3C working draft: Use HTML(5) not Flash or Silverlight

Just read this news from Tim Anderson’s blog, it appear that the W3C working draft has a statement about the use of proprietary UI languages. As an open, vender-neutral language, HTML provides for a solution to the same problems without the risk of vendor lock-in. BUT: For sophisticated cross-platform applications, there already exist several proprietary… Read More »

FITC is coming to Europe – Amsterdam – February 2008

Not sure everybody knows about it (???), sure enough I’ll be heading there! Having successfully held events in Toronto, Chicago, Winnipeg, and Hollywood, FITC makes its Europe debut in Amsterdam. Explore the creation of NEW ideas and concepts, where the limits of technology in design and art can be experimented with, explored, broken and reinvented.… Read More »

Command Prox: .NET & AIR integration

Great proof of concept released by Mike Chambers on how to create an interaction between C# / .NET and AIR application. You can have more information on the project home or from Mike’s post. Ahmet   0 Kudos Don'tmove!

360° Video with Papervision

I just stumble upon this demo of Papervision playing a movie filmed with a 360° camera. You can then see in all directions what is happening in the movie… That is really incredibly great! Ahmet   0 Kudos Don'tmove!

Deploying Adobe AIR Applications – Badge Tutorials

The very often criticized Badge installer for AIR applications (for cause of security) have a nice tutorials explaining how to use and configure it for your own AIR applications. You can read this tutorials from the Adobe AIR Developer Center. this tutorials was done by David Tucker. Ahmet   0 Kudos Don'tmove!