The organisers of Scotch on the Rocks are taking the annual conference on tour next week, setting up in London on Monday (1st), Manchester on Wednesday (3rd) and ending up in Edinburgh on Friday (5th).
There is lots happening in relation to the Flash Platform this year – new releases of the Flex framework, Flash Builder and ColdFusion and completely new tools in the shape of Bolt (the code-name for the new ColdFusion IDE) and Flash Catalyst.
Scotch on the Rocks is going to be THE place to be next week if you want the latest news on all these releases… Terry Ryan, Adam Lehman and Serge Jespers will be at each of the events from Adobe, together with a host of additional speakers including Mike Jones, Peter Elst and Tom Chiverton.
Registration is still open, and it only costs £49 + VAT to attend one of these events – with the current economic climate, the organisers even created a “Manager’s information pack” that you can pass along to your manager to help get approval for a day out of the office
What are you waiting for? Register now…
As Flex 4 SDK is almost in it’s Beta state I took a look at his features and what impressed me the most was how the presentation is decoupled from the behavior. I remember a presentation around Max 2007 when Ely Greenfield, the principal scientist for Flex SDK, showed a sneak peek on how this [...]
For those of you who are attending the SF Flash Camp on June 1st (tomorrow), the Flex team wants to see what you’ve been working on. From 5 to 5:45pm, during the networking portion of the event, we’ll be available in the “Meet the Team” room for you to show off your projects. No need to go primp your applications or work on a presentation, it will be an informal gathering and demos should be less than 5 minutes – keep it sweet and simple.
Seeing the amazing work you all have been doing is encouraging to the team, so after the event we’ll be inviting back a few individuals to showcase their work to the larger team. We look forward to meeting you and seeing your demos.
The Merapi Project http://merapiproject.net was just released as Open Source. Merapi is a Java-to-AIR bridge framework, that brings power of Java API’s to AIR/Flex applications. I’m very excited to see this finally happen and looking forward for new applications with event tighter integration to underlying operating system. With Java cross platform capabilities this is a [...]
A new video tutorial is now available on Adobe TV that walks developers through the process of catching basic communication faults.
Now that you have downloaded the new Tour de LiveCycle tool and became an instant fan of LiveCycle ES (Enterprise Suite), you are probably wondering where you could learn even more, right? Well, earlier this week, we announced a new program at Adobe MAX 2009 called the “LiveCycle @MAX Bundle”. Designed for enterprise developers, this [...]
New product from Acrobat.com family was just released (its an early release so you can find it on labs at the moment)! Its an online presentation editor that allows its users to share, edit and collaborate presentations on Adobe hosted services. It is very similar to in concept, layout and of course technology to Buzzword [...]
Tour de LiveCycle is a desktop application designed by the Adobe Evangelist team to serve as both an introduction to Adobe LiveCycle ES and an extensive reference tool. We have organized over 1,000 pages of content into a hierarchical tree that you can use to explore the areas most relevant to you. Whether you need [...]
Yesterday Amethyst Beta 5 was released. Amethyst is a Flex development environment for Visual Studio. With every release it becomes more and more feature complete. I think in the future it has a big chance of becoming the Flex IDE of many VS/.NET developers.
This release bring feature like:
Rename variables, classes and methods
Encapsulate field (add getters [...]
Woot – I got the email from Greg today that Tour de LiveCycle is now live! If you have not yet played around with Adobe LiveCycle ES, this is your time to do it. It is an AIR application that takes you around LiveCycle ES and shows you what it does etc.
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