Monthly Archives: April 2007

Flex Component Kit for Flash CS3

Very good news from the Adobe labs, the Flex Component Kit allow us to create Flex component with Flash CS3: The Flex Component Kit for Flash CS3 allows you to create interactive, animated content in Flash, and use it in Flex as a Flex component. This is prerelease software. Use the Flex Component Kit when… Read More »

An incredible week

This week was the most thrilling of my live, all begun with a move from our old and little flat to an other one, much nicer and bigger. Then I presented my license thesis, were I had a correct result (5.5 / 6) and finally (and the best part) I had my wedding with my… Read More »

Flash Player 9 Penetration

Yesterday I wrote about the new “CS3 essential training” from Lynda and said that the penetration for the Flash Player 9 was about 50%. I had a comment from Benz that told me the penetration of the Flash Player is 83.4% according to Emmy Huang’s blog. Those number are higher that what I observed on… Read More »

CS3 Essential Training are Here

I hadn’t see it earlier but good news, the “essential training” from is online. I’ve watched quickly the Flash CS3 essential training and the good news is that nothing have changed since Flash 8. So nobody will get lost with the flash CS3 😉 It really become hard to wait until I’ve it shipped… Read More »

Download Premiere Pro CS3 & After Effect *beta

You can now find on the Adobe Labs the new version of Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effect *beta. Top new features are : Premiere Pro Output to DVD and Blu-ray Disc High-quality slow motion with time remapping Direct-to-disc recording and professional on-set monitoring Publish Adobe Encore projects to the web Multiple project panels with… Read More »

Structural Web Marketing

Monday the 16 April I will make my presentation of my work to obtain my master in information systems and communication. The paper is about “structural web marketing” and study the web marketing from a structural way. It differ from search engines optimization but I also study it. So if you are in Geneva and… Read More »

Adobe and Google: Enemies?

Very interesting blog post from Tom: Adobe: Google’s Best Kept Secret Enemy. Here is a copy from his Final thoughts about it: As you can see, Adobe and Google are squarely pitted against one another. The only problem is that they both share a common enemy: Microsoft, who is bigger and tougher than both of… Read More »

110 000 downloads of the Apollo runtime

Great news coming from Ryan Stewart blog’s on Zdnet.He asked to Mike Chambers about the number of downloaded Apollo runtime. Answer 110’000 🙂 In terms of penetration of an alpha runtime I guess it’s a quite good results. Even if I’m sure that the cool tools build by the community will make this number increase… Read More »

Explore the connections between related websites

It’s not often that I talk about Java app but this time I found one really interesting for illustrating a presentation I’ll be doing. Touchgraph help you to visualize the connection between related websites. In clear and from their website: TouchGraph’s innovative clustering algorithms automatically reveal the categories within the networked structure. The TouchGraph Google… Read More »

19 things not to do when building a website

Josiah Cole has compiled a not so small list of fundamentals rules that webmasters must learn. It’s almost the same as we hear every time : avoid boring your visitors with some useless scripts and design. Nevertheless this list can be useful, just to remember the basis of webmastering to you or your co-worker. And… Read More »