We’d like to congratulate the team at Away3D! This is a major milestone and a huge leap forward for hardware accelerated graphics on the web for both desktop and mobile platforms!
For full details, please see the Away3D Typescript 4.1 Alpha blog post by Rob Bateman. For examples, test tools, and source files please visit typescript.away3d.com.
Video tutorials are available here:
Recompiling the core
Live debugging with Google Chrome
The full list of features in the plug-in include:
- Support for Adobe AIR 1.5. (new)
- Tools for generating application badges (new)
- Integrated content assist for the Adobe AIR SDK
- Pre-installed Adobe AIR runtime and SDK
- Project wizard generates all necessary files for out-of-the box launching of Adobe AIR applications
- Export wizard bundles and deploys Adobe AIR applications
- Easily import Ajax libraries into Adobe AIR projects
- Create and manage certificates for signing Adobe AIR applications
- Support for localization, menu builders, and source viewing
- Adobe AIR samples that can be previewed or imported as project
- Help and online documentation
Screenshot of the new debugging view.
The application allows you to load a sample video and image and then apply filters effects in real-time. It’s impressive to see the responsiveness when you load a video, apply an effect and adjust the supported properties (angle, direction, center point, etc.). Try loading the sample video, selecting "RadialCaleidoscope" and then slowing adjusting the "angle" property.
SitePen announced an impressive new technology demonstration called Queued that showcases what’s possible when you combine the new Netflix API with the Dojo Toolkit and Adobe AIR.
For more information, be sure to check out Revin Guillen’s blog post and watch the video demonstration below (if you’re a Netflix customer, be sure to download the application too!). Congratulations to the SitePen team for pulling off another stunning AIR application!
- Access text files synchronously
- Access binary files synchronously
- Access the clipboard
- Add drag and drop support to your application
To get started, download the sample files as a .zip or .air file from his project site hosted on Google Code.
This is a beta release and the Aptana team is looking for feedback from the community. A screencast is available that provides an overview of the new functionality. As part of the announcement, Paul wrote:
- Aptana’s Adobe AIR plug-in page with installation instructions
- A screencast that demonstrates the debugging capabilities within Aptana Studio
The project is hosted on Google Code and the source code is available. A quickstart page and sample application is available for those interested in diving in. This is project is a work in progress, but provides a significant amount of functionality in its first release.
Some of the API’s includes:
Congratulations to the SitePen on the release!