Congratulations to the PaperVision 3D team for being awarded "Inovation of the year" by the 2008 .Net Magazine Awards. It goes without saying that PPV3D has made the web a much more interesting place by adding the missing dimension to many sites.
Congrats PPV3D team you guys rock!
Here is a great presentation by Justin Everett-Church, the Flash Player Product Manager; covering all the new features of Flash Player 10. It was originally a presentation given at the 360Flex conference. It covers in detail topics like 3D, the new drawing API’s, Pixel Bender, Text and a lot more. Its treasure trove of information on the latest and greatest Flash Player, I hope you enjot it.
Yes! that’s right Flash Player 9 will now supports H.264 for video playback. The latest update to Flash player 9 which will be available on Adobe Labs will include support for H.264 and AAC in the form or .flv, .mp4 and .mov files. This will allow flash to continue to be the de facto standard of video players.
Here are a few other enhancements that were added to the new update:
• Multi-core support; full screen mode with hardware scaling; multi-threaded video decoding
Flash Player Cache
• Cross-domain Flex Framework caching; reduced application size and faster download times
Works better with Ajax
Reaching parity on Linux
• Full screen mode now for Linux Flash Player
I have had many people ask me for older Flash players to test against. It seems that its not easy to find the archive on the Adobe we page. So here it is:
Flash Player archives
You will find Flash players from the current player all the way back to Flash Player 2.
Have fun testing.