Category Archives: Flex

Thinking in Flex

That may be a great news for all the newbie in Flex, accordign to Michaël Chaize, Bruce Eckel (the author from Thinking in Java) and James Ward are preparing a book for developers willing to learn Flex. Ahmet   0 Kudos Don'tmove!

Adobe offers to Google and Yahoo! Flash Player Technology – Is It Really A Good News?

I’ve just read via the AXNA that Adobe, Google and Yahoo! worked together to allow SWF searchability. My first thought was ‘finally they made it’ 🙂 But while reading the FAQ I’ve been a little disappointed by how this indexation seems to happen: […]The Flash Player technology, optimized for search spiders, runs a SWF file… Read More »

Flex 3: Now Free to All Students

That is a big news! The Flex Builder 3 Professional is now free for all students and edu customer: Adobe Flex Builder 3 Pro is available for free to all education customers. This includes all students, faculty and staff of eligible education institutions. Wondering why you finished your study so early? 🙂 Ahmet  … Read More »

Adobe Flex 3 Builder is Out in the Galaxy!

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 »

February 2008 Meeting, Adobe User Group Geneva

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 »

Get ready for ActionScript 4.0!

As you certainly know, ActionScript 3.0 is based on ECMAScript language. The new edition of ECMAScript is in preparation (ECMA-262 Edition 4) and will most certainly shape the future of ActionScript 4.0. Colin Moock is going to do a lecture at FITC about these changes. You can access his lectures notes ‘What’s new in ECMAScript… Read More »