Word on the street is that some beta chapters on new Flex Gumbo stuff is posted on the Flex Gumbo page on the opensource.adobe.com site:
And, as always, the latest beta Flex Gumbo Language Reference can be found at livedocs.adobe.com/flex/gumbo/langref/.
So put on your technical reviewer hats on and go read some chapters! Also, to keep up with all the latest and greatest from the Flex Documentation team, check out their blog at blogs.adobe.com/flexdoc/.
A few updates to the Flex Gumbo page on opensource.adobe.com…
1. The milestones table has been updated to reflect the latest schedule.
* Dates subject to change
2. Open Iteration Meetings table updated with the slides and recordings from our first two public meetings (Feb. 19, 2009 and Mar. 24, 2009).
3. Two new feature specs posted:
4. Three new Architecture Review Board (ARB) Issues posted:
And as always, the latest build of the Flex Gumbo beta can be downloaded from: http://opensource.adobe.com/wiki/display/flexsdk/Download+Flex+4.
This upcoming Saturday (March 28, 2009 — from 9:30AM to 8PM PST), there will be the first Flex BugQuash hosted in Seattle at the Adobe offices (as well as online via Adobe Connect — the Connect room URL will be sent to registered participants the day prior to the event).
If you’re interested in attending in person, or want to pop in for a couple hours over Connect, please register.
For more information, see the BugQuash site at bugquash.com.
Here is a collection of blog posts from my coworkers on the Flex SDK, Flex Builder, AIR, and LiveCycle teams:
And some posts on Adobe MAX 2009 conference (Los Angeles CA – Oct 4-7 2009):
And from our friends on the Flash Authoring, and Flash Platform Evangelism teams:
For those few people out there that were not fans of the Fx prefix in Flex Gumbo (SDK-17854 — Kittens saved, Fx prefix will go away), you can now head on over to the Flex Gumbo page on opensource.adobe.com and check out the Architecture Review Board (ARB) Issues page on Dropping the Fx Prefix!
And for those of you who were fans of the Fx prefix… you can go read the ARB issues page too, because the Fx prefix is still being removed.
Thrilling topics of conversation include, but are not limited to:
Discuss (but on the ARB page, not here).
Last week I blogged that we had released a new version of Flash Player 10 (“Adobe Flash Player 10.0.22.87 available on adobe.com”), but apparently I missed the fact that we also released an updated version of Flash Player 9 (184.108.40.206)!
As always, you can download the debugger versions from the Adobe Flash Player Downloads page at www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html.