2009 Lee Brimelow Shows Building iPhone Apps With Flash
At MAX 2009 we announced the ability to create native iPhone applications using Flash CS5. And now fellow Adobe Platform Evangelist Lee Brimelow has posted a superb video tutorial explaining how to do just this.
2009 Check Out The Avatar AIR App
MAX 2009 attendees were treated to a sneak preview of Avatar (which is due in theaters worldwide on December 18th, 2009). And now the Avatar AIR desktop application is available for you to download! CNET calls the app a must-see, and I agree!
2009 Flex Builder For Linux Alpha 5 Release
The current alpha of Flex Builder for Linux has a hard-coded expiration date of December 1st, 2009. To enable Linux users to continue using Flex Builder past that date, the Flex team has announced an update (no features changes, just the expiration extension).
2009 Greg Wilson Explains ChessJam
A few weeks ago I mentioned ChessJam, a Flex/AIR/ColdFusion/LCDS app built by Greg Wilson and some of his pals. Greg has since posted technical details on how the app works. (He actually posted this last week, but I missed it while on the road).
2009 New Zealand High School Kids ColdFusion Projects Posted Online
Rob Wood teaches ColdFusion to kids in Bayfield High School in New Zealand (using the free for education ColdFusion license). He has posted links to his students work online.
2009 New Dutch CFUG Meeting This Week
2009 Tom Krcha Explains Flash P2P
Fellow Adobe Platform Evangelist Tom Krcha has written an article for ADC entitled Using peer-to-peer applications on the Adobe Flash Platform in which he explains Adobe Stratus and Adobe LiveCycle Collaboration Service.
2009 Flash Player 10.1 And AIR 2 On Labs
2009 ColdFusion 9 License Changes
As mentioned at cf.Objective(ANZ) yesterday, the ColdFusion 9 EULA has changed to allow for development, testing, and staging servers. See this great thread on Terry Ryan's blog on the subject.
2009 Christian Cantrell On AIR 2 Storage Volume APIs
AIR 2 adds support for the detection of storage volume mounting (for example, when your digital camera is plugged in). Kevin Lynch demoed this functionality at MAX last month, and now Christian Cantrell has posted a demonstration that shows how this all works.