Cool use of Flash, wicked music and an interesting photo-collage of tired mornings is the CBC RADIO 3 : Snooze button feature in short. Dean Baldwin has wired his digital camera to his alarm clock and recorded his early-morning-face for the rest of us to enjoy. The project was 3 years in the making. Canadian…… Continue reading Three in one
And Flashmagazine has the scoop – Flash MX 2004 announced Among the news: Flv streaming directly from Flash, and Flash MX 2004 forks into two programs. One “regular” version, and one professional. The professional comes with some extra features. More info over at Flashmagazine.com, they also have the 411 on the Studio MX 2004 news.
ActionScript.com launched their ActionScript Reference library this week. Complete with user contributed notes. Its a joint venture between several Flash resource sites, and many of the top ActionScripers in the community. Building a reference for ActionScript has been something that the community has talked about for many years, and Macromedia has failed to deliver the…… Continue reading ActionScript reference library – The community doing Macromedia’s job
If you follow the flash blogs, you would have had a hard time missing the launch of the public beta of the next Flash player. It seems we are in for a lot of sites coming and going with unofficial information about the player, as well as drips of information from the Macromedian bloggers. One…… Continue reading The Flash 7 buzz is on
A cool Flash site for the soon-to-be-released Futurama Game (PS 2 and XBox) Futurama the game Nice looking site, but having to wait forever (on 4 Mbit/s) everytime I make click a link is not fun. Not sure if its the site that has maxed out its bandwidth, or just poor design/programming.
Its the sad story of the web, resources come and go. Not too long ago I got this e-mail from a fellow in Germany: Hello Jarle, any idea about where Kenny Bunch and his URLS got lost to…? It’s the browserHistoryClass you mentioned that I am interested in. Keep up the good reviewing and evaluationg…… Continue reading BrowserHistory Class relocated
Nice to see Colin Moock get onboard the Flash blogs. I am sure that Colin will be a good addition to the Flash blogs, considering his well documented knowledge of ActionScripting and Flash (ActionScript for Flash MX : The Definitive Guide (Second Edition)). One of the very best Flash books out there! Not to mention…… Continue reading Flash blog: moockblog
Its nice to see how the community keeps building on each-other. This time its Michael Gunn (Hollowcube.com) that has released a very nice, clean and fast mini-blog reader. Yes, that is right. I have finally created my own RSS blog reader! And it’s pretty darn cool if I may say so myself. It will eventually…… Continue reading Flash mini-blog reader from Michael Gunn
This is cool. The AMF-PHP Flash remoting project has spawned a Perl project; FLAP – Flash remoting in Perl, making Flash remoting available for Perl coders. [Via JD on MX]
Here is a cool plug-in for MovableType, it is sure to become very useful considering how many Flashers are using MovableType today. (Not to mention all the Perl and PHP programmers using it): MTCodeBeautifier – MovableType Syntax Highlighting Plug-in It is Sean Voisen of Voisen.org (former EatOrange) that has taken a project called Beautifier, used…… Continue reading MTCodeBeautifier – ActionScript highlight plug-in for MovableType