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The Flex Show - uncut edition

April 30th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

If you're working with Flex on a daily basis, you've probably heard about The Flex Show - the longest running podcast in the Flash and Flex community. Now they have a special offer to get all the 2009 episodes on a USB stick as well as a high quality series of screencasts.


All CS5 products available today

April 30th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Yesterday, Steve Jobs published a personal rant against Flash. Today, Adobe released all the new CS5 software. Steve sure has his way of timing things hasn't he?


Open Source and free Development Tools for Flash

April 23rd 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

There seems to be a general misunderstanding among Open Source and HTML5 advocates that you need to buy software from Adobe to create Flash content. This is far from the truth and Adobe both encourage and help developers of free and Open Source tools. This is our guide to producing Flash files without spending a dime.


Flash Builder, Flex 4 and Coldfusion Builder released

March 22nd 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

This morning, Adobe removed the beta versions from Adobe Labs and added downloads for shipping versions. If you've wondered if you'll want to upgrade your Flex Builder to Flash Builder - trust us - you really should! Flash Builder is a joy to use and the new Flex SDK solves a lot of issues developers have had.


Adobe demos AIR on mobile at Mobile World Congress

February 15th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Adobe evangelists have been teasing their Twitter followers the last days and today we got to see what they are excited about - AIR running applications on Android devices.


Doc - offline Actionscript documentation

February 08th 2010 | Jens C Brynildsen

Do you use Flash CS4? Then you may have noticed that the documentation requires that you are online. Doc is a free AIR application that can index and display any ASDoc generated documentation in a snappy, searchable desktop application. If you've been looking for a better solution to looking up the AS3 reference, look no further.


Mobile development alternatives

December 29th 2009 | Jens C Brynildsen

So you had planned spending the holiday checking out Flash CS5 and now feel at a loss with what to toy with during the holidays? Here's some alternative ways of authoring iPhone, Android, Symbian and Windows Mobile applications.