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Spezify: Another Attempt At Visual Search

Posted by | August 12, 2009 .

Despite what detractors say, visual search is necessary and can fill the gap in searching for something about which the user is vague to begin with. Thus, it is being attempted by many startups: SearchMe, oSkope, KartOO, Viewzi and now Spezify. There is place for more players until one or two winners stand out. Spezify […]

Flex Unit Testing Made Easy With FlexMonkey

Posted by | July 30, 2009 .

Gorilla Logic released the 1.0 version of their FlexMonkey, an open source AIR application for optimizing automated and unit testing of Flex-based applications. The earliest version first came out in September 2008. Using FlexMonkey is easy and straight forward and one can quickly create an elaborate test suite with test cases with tests in them. […]

Rounding Up Google Chrome OS Week

Posted by | July 13, 2009 .

The Adobe Flex team is collecting feedback on Flex 4 and Flash Builder beta. Take this short survey. Fake Steve Jobs has a very interesting take on the Google Chrome OS. Ryan has a diametrically opposite view, especially about the impact of netbooks on the OS market. This article writer, however, thinks that operating systems […]

Silex, the June Sourceforge POTM

Posted by | June 10, 2009 .

Silex is an open source RIA that can be used to build Flash Web sites for Flash Player 7, 8, 9, and 10. It is a CMS which can handle a wide variety of media, comes with an online WYSIWYG editor, automatically generates deep linking for your SWFs, and creates on-the-fly HTML versions for each […]

Adobe Flex 4 is Here

Posted by | June 1, 2009 .

The Adobe Flex 4 SDK Beta has been released. The release has been planned to align with that of Adobe Flex Flash Builder 4 Beta and Adobe Flash Catalyst. The latter is a new tool that has been much talked about in the community has a “no coding required” tag and is aimed at designers […]

Times Reader: An Alternative News Reading Experience

Posted by | May 19, 2009 .

Times Reader is an Adobe AIR application that was put together by the New York Times and the Adobe AIR people. It is an alternative to the New York Times website and comes closest to a newspaper reading experience on your desktop. Apt for the enhanced experience, it is being called the Times Reader 2.0. […]

Lessons From Time100

Posted by | May 12, 2009 .

Time100 is an Adobe AIR app showing with the most influential people of the world in the last six years (2004-2009) divided into five categories (Leaders & Revolutionaries, Heroes & Pioneers, Scientists & Thinkers, Artists & Entertainers, Builders & Titans) scattered across the globe based on their geographical locations. The user can navigate across the […]

Rounding Up Facebook Desktop App Week

Posted by | May 4, 2009 .

Flash pre-installed Nokia devices are being shipped. (via) The Adobe AIR team is obviously excited about Facebook’s AIR app. James, though, prefers TweetDeck. Facebook continued to be blogged about, by the Silverlight team about the WPF and Silverlight Apps previewed with the Facebook Openstreams API. Tesla Motors is using Merapi and Adobe AIR. WaiLam completed […]

Animated Flash Charts, Graphs and Maps From Infosoft

Posted by | April 30, 2009 .

FusionCharts is a Flex-based component suite helpful to create dynamic Flash charts, Flash maps, interactive gauges and real-time instrumentation monitors. The suite consists of four products: FusionCharts, FusionWidgets, FusionMaps and PowerCharts. Apart from the suite, also available are a free FusionCharts Google gadget for blogs and websites and a FusionCharts Free package which includes Area, […]

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