As a father I enjoy filming my family with a ‘customers camera’ that export files to MPG in AC3 format. But as a possessor of Adobe Premiere Pro I would have been happy to work my movies. Unfortunately, Premiere Pro will not read the sound of any AC3 encoded files (certainly due to some licensing… Read More »
Under the strange title of ‘ A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…’ Ted Patrick has just published a screenshot of the Flex Builder 3 while loading, so two month after the public Flex 3 Beta 3 the Flex team at Adobe finished their work 🙂 Version 3 build 3.0.194161 I’m afraid… Read More »
If you missed the news, please don’t forget that we will have our monthly meeting February the 25th at The Nomades. Notre prochaine séance AUGG se déroulera le lundi 25 février à 18h30 au Nomades (map). Au programme : – Une présentation des nouvelles fonctionnalités de Flex 3, par Thierry Bertossa – Une présentation sur… Read More »
Since Director MX2004 (edited by Macromedia at that time), a lot of people lost hope in a future version of Director. Not a word about a possible version 11 went out through the door of Adobe. So is Director 11 a good news? Most certainly, yes, but there are a few points that let me… Read More »
The incredible advantage that Desktop application have on web application is the connection with the local computer (other application, file system, computation, …). Unfortunately the mix between AIR and desktop properties are not as far as Java or C. The most wanted functionalities are to launch native application through AIR and integration with native libraries.… Read More »
John Nack, has just shared the news: Adobe Stock Photo (ASP) service will be discontinued by April 1st 2008. You can make your final purchases by March 31, 2008. In the FAQ of ASP, to the question why is this service discontinued the answer is short and simple: Adobe has decided to concentrate its efforts… Read More »
Just sharing the fun 🙂 I know some will get mad reading this sort of title, but it’s funny enough to be shared. By ‘funny’ I don’t understand impossible neither feasible ;=) Here are more information on that UBO (unidentified buying object), by order of reading: Bits and Buzz Apple seeking a reunion with Adobe?… Read More »
I just realized how much free content we can get from Google Books. If you don’t have enough money to buy all the books about ActionScript 3.0, why don’t you just read them online? Make a search for ActionScript 3 on Google Books and you will find some incredible title (not complete but still enough… Read More »
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!
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!
I came across this news from the Los Angeles Flex Users Group, then I followed to the new O’Reilly website on RIA: “Inside RIA” to finally end up on John Dowdell’s blog. As it is the first time I disagree with John, and my answer started to be long, I preferred to import it here… Read More »
As you certainly already know, the Adobe AIR beta 3 is out since mid December. I’ve just read on Oliver Goldman’s blog about a very interesting API added to AIR: The ability to detect and launch AIR-based applications from within the browser, this API lets you do the following from within the browser: Install an… Read More »
I followed a link to ASTRA from Flashbookmarks. Strangely I never heard about ASTRA althrough I already knew Yahoo! had a Flash developer center. So what is ASTRA? Well, ASTRA, the ActionScript Toolkit for Rich Applications, is Yahoo!’s collection of Flash and Flex components, libraries, toolkits and advanced applications. These libraries are open-source and available… Read More »
This new codename from Adobe hide a nice move from Adobe. They seem (as it is not confirmed yet by Adobe) to be preparing a software that would simplify Flash for the none coders: Adobe Bordeaux is the codename for a new product for graphic designers, art directors, creative directors, and others who don’t need… Read More »
On 28th November Adobe and Yahoo! announced their partnership to display ads in generated pdfs. […]an opt-in service that enables online commercial publishers to drive new revenue by including timely, contextual ads next to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF)-based content[…] […]Ads can only be displayed within Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat, in a panel adjacent… Read More »