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Rounding Up A Week of Acquisitions

Posted by | September 21, 2009 .

Google’s justification for acquiring reCAPTCHA makes a lot more sense than Adobe’s for acquiring Omniture. However, Adobe’s announcement of the release of Adobe Flash Access throws a new light on the acquisition and it now appears that perhaps Omniture does fit in. Sarah Perez reported an example of what could go wrong with cloud services. […]

POP with Flex Viewer

Posted by | September 17, 2009 .

I’ve seen stores for Halloween stuffs poping up already. It’s not a surprise the web will be haunted too. The Paranormal Operating Picture (POP) is a good use of the Flex Viewer for Center for Paranormal Research and Investigation. You might want to spend a bit of time to play with it. I’m sure you […]

Redefining Reading With Flex

Posted by | September 17, 2009 .

Some carry the notion that the habit of reading, especially of books, has dwindled over the last decade. If the number of words or the kilobytes of text read by us online is tracked – text in email and IM, RSS feeds, occasional interesting links, online news, e-books and e-zines – it would far exceed […]

Rounding Up Last Two Weeks

Posted by | September 14, 2009 .

FlexPMD is a neat open source software to detect bad code in your source code, and it is extensible so you can define your own rules for detecting the bad code. (via) Rob Christensen brings the news about the relaunch of Adobe TV. I agree about the “vastly improved navigation & search” and the new […]

Flex RIA Alternatives

Posted by | September 9, 2009 .

We love richer RIA as much as we love Flex. You might think Silverlight is the only Flex alternative in town (JavaFX? what is that?), think again. Here are a few worth watching, or better, trying. SproutCore (http://www.sproutcore.com) SproutCore 1.0 is a HTML5 application framework to develop desktop alike application in any modern web browser, […]

RIA Cowboy beautifies the Cloud – salesforce

Posted by | September 5, 2009 .

Moxie had three-post series in 2007 that gave some details on how to put Map, Flex, Yahoo Pipe, Flickr together into Salesforce.com, Flex Mashup I, Flex Mashup II and Flex Mashup III. Now in 2009 it’s all about cloud. James War, aka RIA Cowboy, just had this post talking about integrating Flex into force.com(salesforce)’s cloud […]

Call on a MD for your Flex Code – FlexPMD

Posted by | September 4, 2009 .

Java developers should have known their PMD tool for awhile. Finlay, Flex developers can enjoy the same counterpart, FlexPMD. FlexPMD is a tool that helps to improve code quality by auditing any AS3/Flex source directory and detecting common bad practices, such as: Unused code (functions, variables, constants, etc.) Inefficient code (misuse of dynamic filters, heavy […]

Rounding Up Last Week

Posted by | August 31, 2009 .

Bhuvan, India’s Google Earth Killer, for the time being sucks. For now they have the excuses of the terrorist scare and the implications on national security of open access to hi-res geospatial data. While Silverlight scored another win in the sports industry which I won’t report, the Adobe AIR is excited about MLB.com’s OnBase, the […]

Rounding Up the MAX Widget Week

Posted by | August 24, 2009 .

The entire blogosphere is abuzz with the Adobe MAX widget that Serge Jespers made. I am not able to embed it in this post. Be sure to update your Flex apps to use the 3.4 SDK. It contains a fix to a critical security bug that could cause cross-site scripting when using the older SDKs. […]

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