The new Flex Apache logo was chosen by a contest in late January. The total number of submissions received was astonishing. The contest received a total of 54 submissions. While some designers submitted multiple logo’s, most of the submissions were from unique individuals.
Among all, two were chosen for the final, the logo of the Adrian’s (#42) and Julien’s (#49) design
see more in Apache Flex Blog
The Adobe® Flash® Platform runtimes, Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR®, together enable businesses to efficiently deliver rich customer experiences across multiple digital touch points. With Flash Player and AIR, content can easily and consistently move between the browser, standalone applications and native operating systems to reach users on the devices of their choice. Since the Adobe runtimes share a common codebase, developers can reuse code to deploy game console quality 2D and 3D games, rich media applications with premium high definition video and scalable date driven applications though both AIR and Flash Player. 😀
Note that this is the last beta before final release.
Adobe AIR 3.2 Beta
Adobe Flash Player 11.2 Beta for Desktops
I have received many requests related to the person seeking the release of Flash Player for Nokia E5, 5235, E63 …. To help point out the Flash Lite 4 Nokia site that has the model of the Nokia device and version of the Flash Player (Flash Lite) compatible.
It is important to understand the difference between the desktop Flash Lite and Flash Player. Flash Lite is a customized version of the Flash Player to run on mobile devices, but does not have all the features of the player for desktop. Many sites and applications you use on the web, not able to use the phone, by limitations of the device and player.
If you want to enter this rapidly expanding market in 2012, following some tutorials created by Emanuele Feronato showing simple and objective way of creating games using Adobe Flash
http://www.emanueleferonato.com/2006/10/29/flash-game-creation-tutorial-part-1/ Continue reading
A few months ago, we saw Flash Player 11 and AIR 3 with Stage3D support, since we shipped we have seen great response from the developers and amazing content being developed. Today, over 50% of users with Flash Player 11 will enjoy full hardware acceleration for Stage3D content.
See more details from blog of the producers of Flash Player.
SharedObject is a feature that give Flash Player the ability to save data locally to be used later in your application, roughly speaking is like a cookie. With Flash Media Server, was introduced the possibility of using the SharedObject Remote, in which the data is saved in Flash Media Server and shared for all instances of a connection between Flash Player and Flash Media Server. This enables you to create applications in real time as Dashboard, chats and whatever else your imagination allows Continue reading
In articler Adobe Flex with PHP using ZendAMF – first steps aimed to illustrate the integration of Flex with PHP for those who had already developed systems using AMFPHP, so I did not use the classes to access database ZendFramework. In this article show the same example but using only ZendFramework. Continue reading
Today was released the Flex 4.6 SDK for download, Flex 4.6 is the next major step in cross-platform mobile application development. With a scheduled release date later this year, the new version of Flex SDK and a corresponding free update to Flash Builder will offer a host of new components and functionality specifically designed to help developers create applications for the latest mobile and tablet devices.
See What’s new in Flex 4.6 SDK and Flash Builder 4.6.
[UPDATE] Download Adobe Flex 4.6 SDK and Adobe Flash Builder 4.6
Technical Evangelist Holly Schinsky(AKA DevGirl) introduces Adobe AIR Launchpad, a new tool for jump-starting your AIR app development for desktop and mobile Continue reading
Adobe LiveCycle Collaboration Service has in its SDK examples for integration with the main languages used in web programming like PHP, Java, Python, etc.
In the Adobe documentation, it is recommended to use AMFPHP or pure PHP, but this integration can be used seamlessly together with ZendFramework (using ZendAMF) Continue reading