We have released a new version of the Flash Detection Kit. Among other things, this kit contains Flash only detection code.
You can find more information, as well as download the kit here.
The Flash Content Development Kit for the NTT DoCoMo 505i series phone is now available from the DevNet Mobile Development Center. The kit has information on developing and publishing content for the NTT DoCoMo 505i series mobile phones.
The kit also includes an update to Flash MX that allows you to review, publish and test new Macromedia Flash Lite content for DoCoMo -mode phones.
You can find more information on download the kit here.
There is an interview with Sean Neville from Macromedia on the ServerSide.com. In it, Sean discusses Rich Internet Applications, and how they fit in architeturally with client / server development. You can view the interview via video, or read the transcript
You can can read and view the interview here.
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Just a quick FYI, I will be taking a couple of days off (Friday and Monday), so it might take me a little longer than normal for me to respond to any emails.
meet the makers has posted a very thorough interview with Jeremy Allaire. In it, Jeremy discusses the history of ColdFusion, his thoughts on technology and what he is doing now. Jeremy also mentions that he is a “happy user” of the Macromedia XML News Aggregator.
You can read the entire interview / article here.
We have created two new forums at Macromedia.com:
Flash Data Integration : Discuss the Data Connection Kit and Flash / Data Integration.
Macromedia Central : Discuss Macromedia Central.
These are great resources for finding out more information about these new technologies.
Flash UI Component Set 5 includes the following components:
The complete documentation includes:
You can view the documentation here.
You can find more info about DRK 3 here.
One of the requests that I got for the Google search application that Josh Dura and I have been working on, is to give the user the option to open links in a new window. This makes sense, since if you leave the page, the Flash application looses its state. Well, I added an option in the settings panel to always open links in a new window, but I decided to also add support for SHIFT or CTRL clicking a link to open it in a new window (since a lot of people do this out of habit now.)
Here is a list of changes / updates:
You can view the application here.
If you have any suggestions or feature requests, post them in the comments.