Tag Archives: Flash Builder

Slides from the October MN.swf Meeting

We had another great MN.swf meeting.  Adam Zucchi started things off talking about his mobile development experience and showed a lot of techniques he used to overcome some obstacles (showed lots of code too!).   Then Zara Gonzalez talked about her lessons-learned with four super cool mobile applications (also displayed her obsession with monsters…hehe). I ended the meeting with a lightning round of announcements from Adobe MAX.  My slides were packed full with links to more information. Here’s the slide deck … Continue reading

cf.Objective() Presentation: Multi-screen Development

I was fortunate enough to give a presentation at this year’s cf.Objective() conference in Minneapolis.  My presentation was titled Multi-screen Development with Adobe AIR. Below are the slides from my presentation.  The last slide in the deck has some additional resources where you can download sample files and get started developing mobile applications. Multiscreen Development with Adobe Air  View more presentations from easelsolutions.

Flash Builder 4.5 and the new Flex SDK

If you haven’t heard, Creative Suite 5.5 was just announced.  With it came another exciting announcement: Flash Builder 4.5.  Not only is the Eclipse-based development tool pumped full of new features, but it will ship with an updated SDK.  Below is a look at some of the exciting new features both in Flash Builder and in the new 4.5 SDK.  The features list includes links to additional resources.  We’ll be posting some video too so you have no excuse for … Continue reading

Flex and IE8-64bit

If your using Flex Builder 3 or Flash Builder 4 as your development tool, you may see this issue when testing your applications in Internet Explorer: Internet Explorer is not finding the Flash Player plugin so you are seeing the alternate content.  The reason for this is most likely because you are testing in the 64-bit version of Internet Explorer 8.  Flash Player is currently not 64-bit compatible (see my note at the end of the post about this).  To … Continue reading