Flash Development

Alexander Rehm on September 24th, 2009

A couple of weeks ago, the brilliant minds behing Adobe released beta versions of ColdFusion and ColdFusion Builder to its Adobe Labs members. This latest version of ColdFusion features a greater integration with the popular Flash platform, including AIR, Flex (and Flex Builder) and Flash Media Server, making it easier for developers to create rich […]

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Adobe announced in February this year that its latest version of Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player has been released for beta testing. This new player will enable developers and integrators to create rich, expressive applications targeted to the latest version of Adobe’s Flash technology, with the ability to distribute their apps including the runtime installer […]

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Alexander Rehm on February 3rd, 2009

Google Earth’s latest update – Google Ocean – adds a plethora of underwater maps for users to take a dive beneath the water surface and explore the 3D terrain (no more 2D relief maps!) of the world’s sea floors, completely with underwater elevations. Users will be able to explore underwater volcanoes and shipwrecks, and even […]

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Alexander Rehm on September 29th, 2008

So you have finally done it, you are a freelancer or have set up your own little design agency and you have your first clients with jobs coming in. And now comes the time that a project comes to the point where money is involved, be it just before the first 1/3 of the project […]

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If you followed my entry about Map integration with Yahoo Maps and ActionScript you will probably be wondering what I have to report about the progress. As you may remember, this mash-up is about offering a client a new spin on travel bogging: being able to log in to the client’s website from anywhere in […]

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Alexander Rehm on July 1st, 2008

Alexander Rehm on Google’s new algorithm allowing its bots to search and index flash content

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Alexander Rehm on May 20th, 2008

Alexander Rehm from What was I thinking UK is looking at the features and rich media improvements of Adobe Labs’ pre-release of Flash Player 10

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Alexander Rehm from What was I thinking UK discusses the next generation of travel blogs and has worked on an interactive travel journal with Yahoo Maps and Actionscript 2.0

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