Monthly Archives: February 2008

Mac OS X 10.5.2 Special Report: Adobe application slowness, fixes

Various Adobe applications may be extremely slow to launch after the Mac OS X 10.5.2 update. Clearing font caches may resolve the issue. MacFixIt reader Jeffrey HIldt writes: “Using Insidersoftware’s Font Smasher (the co. that makes Font Agent Pro, my … Continue reading

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Adobe AIR security.

Today marks the official release of Adobe AIR, a platform for developing desktop applications using web-based technologies. Let’s see what this tool offers and what security implications it carries. Adobe AIR (once known as Adobe Apollo) is a run-time environment … Continue reading

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Adobe pushes DRM for Flash

Now Adobe, which controls Flash and Flash Video, is trying to change that with the introduction of DRM restrictions in version 9 of its Flash Player and version 3 of its Flash Media Server software. Instead of an ordinary web … Continue reading

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Data Communication between JavaScript and Adobe Flash Movie

Passing data to Adobe Flash Movie using JavaScript In Web2.0 arena we frequently use Adobe Flash Movie and JavaScript in our web page. We often has the requirement to pass data to the Adobe Flash movie at runtime. This can … Continue reading

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Vectors in ECMAScript 4

A new built-in class named Vector is proposed for ECMAScript edition 4. This class is similar to the Array class, but is designed for better performance, efficiency and error checking. Some interesting aspects of the Vector class: * vectors are … Continue reading

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ActionScript 3 Full Browser Background Image

Fairly simple ActionScript 3 implementation of a full browser background image. Class Features Supports minimum scale size, which if set, will clip rather than scale the image if the stage is resized below this point Dispatches a Loaded and Loading … Continue reading

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Understanding The Architecture of a Rich Internet Application

This article i found on devnet. The same i am posting here. Whether you are using Flex, Ajax, Silverlight, JavaFx, or some other RIA technology, the basic architecture is going to be pretty similar… In most cases you will typically … Continue reading

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Flash video (FLV) bitrate calculator

This FLV bitrate calculator was developed by Robert Reinhardt to help you determine the optimal bitrate at which to encode your Flash video files. for more details visit: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flash/apps/flv_bitrate_calculator/

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