In the previous tutorial File Sharing over P2P in Flash Player 10.1 with Object Replication we went through the Object Replication basics. And you can see that the Receiver is requesting packets one by one. That’s not suitable for the real world app, but it’s good for testing on a LAN to see the progress. [...]
I am very happy that community is getting more and more involved in P2P. I told you, it has endless possibilities!
Pure ActionScript 3.0 Library by Dominic Graefen for Flash developers to start with P2P easily.
All Classes | Example | Project page at GitHub
P2P Video Calls on Android
My fellow evangelist Mark Doherty built [...]
Christoph Ketzler, who works at Innovation Mecom, was one of the developers behind this great example of how Flash simplifies multi-screen development. Innovation Mecom developed a simulation for training and marketing of Carina, a medical device. The application is built on top of the Flash Platform using ActionScript3.0 and simulates all the functions of the [...]
I have just posted a new release (.93) of as3corelib. The corelib project is an ActionScript? 3 Library that contains a number of classes and utilities for working with ActionScript? 3.
You can view a complete list of changes in the change list (items 75 – 106).
You can download the updated SWC and source from [...]
Prompted by some of the work from Grant Skinner (in particular his FOTB 2009 session) and Thibault Imbert, I have been doing a lot of research lately into optimizing ActionScript 3 content. Not just how to make it run faster, but how to approach the process of optimization.
I am also starting to work on a [...]
One of the most requested features for both Flash Player and AIR is definitely a spell checker. Grant Skinner released a spell check engine about 2 years ago and it has been used in number of different applications. While it was totally worth the cost, I did hear from some people that they thought this [...]
I dont have a formal computer science training / education, so I never got the chance to learn about working with low level data structures (bits and bytes). I have wanted to learn this for some time, but had difficulty finding resources for it which didnt assume I had a computer science degree.
Well, yesterday, FITC [...]
In the summer it’s usually a little quieter at work so why not use this quiet time to learn something new? ActionScript 3.0 for instance. Doug Winnie, Adobe’s group manager for designer/developer workflows, just started a new series on Adobe TV titled: “ActionScript 1:1″.
ActionScript 1:1 is a free training resource that combines video tutorials, documentation [...]