Archive for November, 2008

Jen “Flashthusiast” Dehann on the Adobe MAX 2008 keynote

IF you couldn’t make it to the Adobe MAX keynote, check out Jen’s excellent liveblog at “Liveblogging MAX 2008 Day 1 General Session Keynote – Click Refresh!”

Adobe releases Flex Builder 3.0.2 and Flex SDK 3.2

A new article by Adobe’s own Matt Chotin was just posted to the Flex Developer Center, “Introducing Flex SDK 3.2 and Flex Builder 3.0.2”.

You can download the Flex Builder update from here, or if you wish to manually initiate an update to Flex Builder using the Adobe Updater, open Flex Builder and go to Help > Search for Flex Builder Updates…

You can find the Flex Builder 3.0.2 updater for Windows and Mac at the Adobe Flex Support Center’s Updaters page, or you can download the Flex Builder 3.0.2 Professional trial from

Also, curious about the next version of Flex Gumbo? Check out Ryan Stewart and Matt Chotin’s article on the Flex Developer Center, “Flex 4 sneak peek video”.

Happy Flexing!

This Week’s Top Posts (11/16)

Here is a collection of blog posts from my coworkers on the Flex SDK, Flex Builder, AIR, and LCDS/BlazeDS teams:

A couple of Flex SDK/Flex Builder related Tech Notes:

And from our friends on the Flash Authoring, Flash Player, and Flash Platform Evangelism teams:

Today’s bonus link comes to us from Robert Penner:

This Week in Flex Developer Center and Adobe Developer Connection (11/16)

Here is a list of new entries posted by the Flex Developer Center and Developer Connection teams from the past couple of weeks:

It’s MAX Eve!

I just finished TAing an all-day Flex+AIR+ColdFusion session and was looking through my RSS feeds and noticed an abundance of MAX related posts:

And some more conference news about the upcoming Flex Camp Boston, as well as the past FlashCamp 2008 in San Francisco, and the Ajax Experience 2008 conference:

New Flex Gumbo language reference documentation posted on

I was just looking at the Flex Gumbo LiveDocs at and noticed they were updated recently!

If you’re a fellow Gumbo-thusiast, check them out! And please, report any documentation issues you see at Documentation specific issues can be filed against the “Flex Documentation” product, whereas all Flex SDK specific issues can be filed against the “Flex SDK” product.