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Announcing DevelopmentArc™ Core Release Version 0.5

Wednesday, February 11th, 2009 Posted in ActionScript, Flash Player, Flex Development, Rich Internet Applications, web 2.0, web integration | No Comments »

The newest release of DevelopmentArc Core is now available on the Google Code Repository. This release is the first release of the library under the new Core moniker. Previously the library was released under the Vivisecting Media Code ...

Adobe MAX 2008: The Future of Flex Builder (Part Two)

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008 Posted in ActionScript, Flex Development, MAX 2008, Rich Internet Applications, web integration | No Comments »

In my previous post, I introduced the "Future of Flex Builder" session I attended at Adobe MAX North America, how the Flex Builder team is approaching new feature development and looked at the two main Design Fidelity features they are ...

Adobe MAX 2008: The Future of Flex Builder (Part One)

Monday, December 8th, 2008 Posted in Flex Development, MAX 2008, Rich Internet Applications, web 2.0, web integration | 1 Comment »

One of the more interesting sessions at MAX this year was the Future of Flex Builder. The session was presented by Rob Brambley III, Tim Buntel, Tom Lane, David Zuckerman of the Flex Builder team. Tim Buntel, product ...

VivMedia Code Library: Version 0.03 released

Saturday, July 19th, 2008 Posted in ActionScript, Distribution, Flash Player, Flex Development, Rich Internet Applications, Self Reference, web 2.0, web integration | No Comments »

I pushed a new version of the library yesterday to Google Code. This is a relatively small release, which was not really my intention for version 0.03. Originally, I was planning on adding the first of a series ...

Adobe kuler Desktop Sneak Peek

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008 Posted in Adobe APIs, Flash Player, Rich Internet Applications, kuler, web 2.0, web integration | No Comments »

A new version of Adobe kuler desktop is now here and ready for you download! Recently, I have been providing Flash and AIR development for the wonderful people in Adobe's Emerging Creative Technologies (ECT) team and I wanted to share ...

Adobe Edge Article: Coding Standards

Saturday, June 14th, 2008 Posted in ActionScript, Flex Development, General Media / Stuff, Rich Internet Applications, Self Reference, web 2.0, web integration | 4 Comments »

A few months ago I was asked to write an article for the Adobe Edge Newsletter on a topic of my choosing. After spending a bit of time thinking about what moved me at the moment, I decided to ...

Was Amazon.com hacked? [update: probably not]

Thursday, June 5th, 2008 Posted in General Media / Stuff, web integration | 1 Comment »

Update: After further scrutiny it looks like the DNS whois was read wrong by us and we all jumped to conclusions. The response back was any domain with Amazon.com in the name. If you look at the last ...

The Flex Code-Behind Pattern

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008 Posted in ActionScript, Flex Development, Rich Internet Applications, web integration | 12 Comments »

The Flex code-behind pattern is a design pattern that has been around since the release of Flex 1.0 yet is not known or used by a lot of developers. The initial concept of the pattern was based on the ASP.NET ...

Work that flow…

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008 Posted in General Media / Stuff, Rich Internet Applications, web 2.0, web integration | 1 Comment »

Doug Winnie, the Group Product Manager for Workflow at Adobe, just launched his official blog called "Workflow Experiences".  I can attest to Doug's knowledge on workflow from working with him on the Scion.com redesign which we built entirely in Flex ...

Adobe Kuler 2.0 is live!

Tuesday, March 18th, 2008 Posted in Flash Player, Rich Internet Applications, kuler, web 2.0, web integration | 5 Comments »

Adobe Kuler is a Flash based web application (and now with an available AIR version) that helps designers and developers with color themes.  Designers can design their own color theme using the Kuler create tools, submit their theme to ...