Archive for July, 2006

Top 10 reasons to attend MAX 2006 in Las Vegas

MAX 2006 offers the Adobe community an unprecedented opportunity to learn about Adobe software, interact with industry experts, connect with peers, and have lots of fun.

Top 10 reasons to attend MAX 2006 in Las Vegas

MAX 2006 offers the Adobe community an unprecedented opportunity to learn about Adobe software, interact with industry experts, connect with peers, and have lots of fun.

Top 10 reasons to attend MAX 2006 in Las Vegas

MAX 2006 offers the Adobe community an unprecedented opportunity to learn about Adobe software, interact with industry experts, connect with peers, and have lots of fun.

Persistent data: Saving user preferences and game scores

Use Flash Lite shared objects so your games remember user information across gaming sessions.

Creating a video player using the state design pattern and ActionScript 3.0

Learn about design patterns from this simple state machine that starts and stops a video, and then adapt it to run on Flash Media Server 2 by adding more states and player controls.

# Sample: Validating field content in a form hosted in Adobe Acrobat

This sample demonstrates how to use the Acrobat Scripting API within an XFA form to make invalid fields flash red when you attempt to submit the form.

Automatically generating code for Flex 2 data access

Use DAOFlex to generate, compile, and prepare the required files for data-driven Flex 2 applications.

Creating self-voicing puzzles in Flash

Make games accessible outside the browser by relying on system-level voices instead of screen readers.b

Understanding CSS inheritance

Reduce and streamline CSS code by forcing certain CSS properties to inherit the values of their parent.b

Clearing template cache automatically through the ColdFusion gateway

Clear cache as needed while maintaining the Trusted Cache setting for high performance across your website.