Archive for November, 2006

ColdFusion MX 7.0.2 Cumulative Hot Fix 1

(Hot fix) The following fixes are contained in ColdFusion MX 7.0.2 Cumulative Hot Fix 1 (CHF1). Adobe recommends that CHF1 only be applied to ColdFusion MX 7.0.2 if you are experiencing one or more of the specific fixed issues listed below, and then only to ColdFusion MX 7.0.2 (specifically).

ColdFusion 7.0.2: Displaying structures with the Flash data provider when using Flash Remoting

(Hot fix) When using the Flash data provider with Flash Remoting in ColdFusion MX 7.0 and 7.0.1, data is returned to the Flash/Flex application as type MixedArray. Since this is the expected data type, the Flash data provider correctly displays the returned data. However, in CFMX 7.0.2 this same structure data is returned as type object. As a result, the Flash data provider is unable to display it correctly.

Adobe Acrobat 8 and barcoded forms (PDF, 1M)

Learn how to capture user-supplied data from printed forms in Acrobat 8 using Adobe 2D barcode technology.

Thirty-minute Flex test-drive for Java developers

Run these short examples that use Flex and Java to see Flex 2 features in action.

Creating web photo galleries in ActionScript for use with Adobe digital imaging software

Use the Adobe Media Gallery XML specification and open source gallery code to customize Flash-based digital photo and video albums.

Building your first CSS site

Get pointers on how to move from building table-based websites to building CSS sites.

Total Training videos: Scripting basics in Flash Professional 8

Watch these videos to get up to speed on creating actions, coding buttons, and using behaviors in Flash.

Implementing core parts of the SOA Reference Model

Read about a real-world implementation of each component of the SOA Reference Model. (Last of four parts.)

Creating image hotspots on PDF forms (ZIP, 102K)

Learn how to create hotspots on images by using JavaScript objects from Adobe Acrobat.

2006 Creative Suite Developer Summit recording

This recording from the 2006 Creative Suite Developer Summit features Ross McGuire describing how non-US developers can get support for plug-in development