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Search for ActionScript code with flcodr

Posted by Charles | December 16, 2009 | 1 Comment

If you are looking for a piece of ActionScript code for doing, say, a special effect, you might give flCodr a try. There is not lot to say about it because it’s just a simple search interface to get you start. Or, bring up the tag cloud (3D) to drill down the code you are looking for. It’s that simple.

3.5 Years Old Dutch Kid Plays with the Flex Viewer

Posted by Moxie Zhang | December 15, 2009 | Comment

Here is another Flex Viewer sighting. This 3.5 years old Dutch kid seems had some fun playing with the Flex Viewer. If you pay attention, he really knows how to click and pan. If you are interested in it too. go here and here to read more.

Flash Builder 4 with PHP Services

Posted by Charles | December 14, 2009 | Comment

Came across this post about Flash Builder 4 with PHP services. It’s very interesting for people doing integration between Flex 4 and LAMP server development.It used AMFphp and Adobe Catalyst also involved ZEND Framework. I think it’s especially helpful for Flex developers who start thinking of using Catalyst. This will have your expectation in check, Catalyst is not developers’ tool.

10 Beautiful JavaScript Image Galleries

Posted by Charles | December 5, 2009 | Comment

Galleria – Demo Galleria is a javascript image gallery written in jQuery. It loads the images one by one from an unordered list and displays thumbnails when each image is loaded. It will create thumbnails for you if you choose so, scaled or unscaled, centered and cropped inside a fixed thumbnail box defined by CSS. LightWindow (E)2 Photo Gallery Demo Spry […] Continue Reading…

5 HTML Tags You Might not Know

Posted by Charles | December 4, 2009 | 3 Comments

You are all cheering the coming HTML5 and tired of the aging HTML5. But I bet you might not know these 5 HTML tags, which can be usefully: <acronym> The <acronym> tag is a way to define or further explain a group of words. When you hover over text that has the <acronym> tag used, a box appears below with the text from the title tag. For example: Flex <ACRONYM title="Rich Internet Application blog flex888.com">RIA</ACRONYM> is fun.

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{
font-size: small;
color: black;
font-family: consolas, “Courier New”, courier, monospace;
background-color: #ffffff;
/*white-space: pre;*/
}
.csharpcode pre { margin: 0em; }
.csharpcode .rem { color: […] Continue Reading…

Is Google Gears Going away?

Posted by Charles | December 1, 2009 | 1 Comment

I think so.Mark Milian and Harry McCracken have been collecting the murder evidence, which has been mounting for months: • Gears is not supported in Mac versions of Chrome• Standalone Gears is not supported in Snow Leopard, months after release• Google’s been evasive about Gears support in Chrome OS, even though offline web apps are a vital part of it• Google hasn’t announced a new Gears-compatible product in monthsGoogle has been entering the RIA client side space. I know a lot of you may not agree with me on Google is up to RIA. It’s true. Google is a […] Continue Reading…

5 Icon Design Tutorials

Posted by Charles | November 30, 2009 | 1 Comment

Once you installed more than 100 apps on your iPhone you would know that good icon counts. That applies to any type of application designs, not mentioning RIAs. Here are 5 icon design tutorials to try out if you are a DIY type of persons.

World Icon Tutorial

The author’s first eve icon design in Adobe Photoshop. Not bad. It shows a crystal type of globe with map on it. Nice icon for those geoweb or LBS type of applications.

Traffic Cone

“Previously I showed you how to illustrate a construction helmet icon. Today we’ll be drawing a traffic cone, another handy icon […] Continue Reading…

Color Matters – Color Scheme Designer

Posted by Charles | October 11, 2009 | Comment

I like colors, I hate colors. That’s why I love colors. A RIA without creative skinning job is not a complete RIA. A RIA with ugly color scheme is worse than a plain old HTML page. One tool I frequently come back to test (taste) the color scheme is the Color Scheme Designer.

It gives you six schemes of color schemes, mono, complement, triad, tetrad, analogic and accented analogic.  These won’t make much of sense without seeing them with this nice little tool.

This best part of this tool is the Light page example and Dark page example tabs. They bring […] Continue Reading…

A Hosting for a Quick Start

Posted by Charles | October 10, 2009 | Comment

I was asked to find a web hosting company that can help a stay-home friend quickly and cheaply setting up a web site. Since I don’t have much of time to help her constructing the web pages, I need a hosting that can go a bit further for just raw site. I found Pickaweb, which is no doubt the perfect fit I was looking for.

I was drawn to its price first, and then the Website Builder caught my eyes. From the examples I can see those are very professional quality site templates. It’s the right tool for people just […] Continue Reading…


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