Flash Detection. Simple phrase, complex subject- and the Flash Detection kit offers an easy way to solve the problem of serving up the right content to your site visitors based on their browser’s capabilities. Macromedia’s Jason Wylie will be holding a free Macrochat on the Flash Detection Kit tomorrow- Friday, 1/28– from 1-2pm EST. The preso’s expected to cover building detection from scratch, and leveraging the functionality of the Flash Detection Kit to make this process smooth as silk for your next deployment. You can preregister at the link above, just hit the ‘more’ link below for the full session details as well. Should be a great Breezo!
Full Details:Intro to the Flash Player Detection Kit MacrochatFriday, January 28, 20051:00 PM – 2:00 PM US/EasternRegister here: http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=133668&loc=en_usMacromedia Senior Technical Support Engineer Jason Wylie will be presenting “Introducing the Flash Player Detection Kit”. Tune in and learn how to create a Flash Player detection script from scratch, use the Detection Kit to create the script, and understand why detecting the Flash Player on a website is vitally important to ensuring your visitors have the best web experience possible.What You Will Learn:* What is Flash Player detection?* Why do you need to detect the player?* How do you detect the player* Detection options and reviewing the code it creates* Dreamweaver Extensions* 3rd party methods* Moock FPI* BrowserHawk* Multiple sites (one HTML and one Flash site)