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27May
2013
Flexicious Data Grid, Updated, And Now For HTML

It's been quite a while since I last mentioned Flexicious, the incredibly powerful and flexible Flex datagrid. Well, the Flexicious team have been busy, and have released a new Spark-based datagrid and charting engine as Flexicious 3. In addition, they have released HTMLTreeGrid, a JavaScript port of their Flex DataGrid, built on top of jQuery, DOJO, and EXT-JS.

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19May
2013
Raymond Camden On JavaScript Design Patterns

Raymond Camden has been digging into JavaScript design patterns. His latest post in the serires is a great disucssion of The Revealing Module Pattern.

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6Apr
2013
Check Out Flippin' Awesome

Our very own Brian Rinaldi has created Flippin' Awesome, a home for "top-notch resource for web and mobile developers publishing regular articles, tutorials and news that is cutting-edge, useful and fun". Among his initial content is a great series on Getting Started With PhoneGap Build.

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29Mar
2013
Check Out Drawscript

The very talented Tom Krcha has created Drawscript, an Illustrator extension that generates graphics code from vector shapes in real-time.

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23Mar
2013
Andy Trice Builds A Game In PhoneGap

Adobe evangelist Andy Trice has outdone himself this time. PhoneGap Legends is an infinitely-scrolling top-view RPG themed game that is implemented entirely in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and PhoneGap. Performance is superb, and Andy has included lots of details, videos, and source via GitHub.

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9Mar
2013
Appliness March 2013 Is Out

The March 2013 issue of Appliness features an interview with W3C champion Lea Verou, as well as lots of JavaScript, jQuery, PhoneGap, and CSS goodness.

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15Oct
2012
Most Read And Highest Rated ADC Articles

ADC has published the list of the most read and highest rated articles thus far this year. No surprise that the list is dominated by Web standards and PhoneGap.

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22Aug
2012
Coming Soon: NCDevCon

NCDevCon is the largest developer conference in North Carolina, and Adobe has long been a supporter of this annual event. Back for a 4th year, NCDevCon is September 29 - 30, 2012 in Raleigh at Centennial Campus. If you are looking for training on all things web and mobile, check it out.

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4Jun
2012
Aaron Hardy Explains RequireJS

RequireJS is a JavaScript file and module loader. It is optimized for in-browser use, but it can be used in other JavaScript environments. Using a modular script loader like RequireJS will improve the speed and quality of your code. (This from the RequireJS web site).

Ok, so you want know what that actually means, and how to use RequireJS? Then check out Aaron Hardy's ADC article Dependency management with RequireJS.

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7Mar
2012
Check Out Adobe Shadow On Labs

Adobe Shadow is a new inspection and preview tool that allows mobile web developers and designers to work faster and more efficiently by streamlining the preview process, making it easier to create and optimize content for mobile devices. Shadow allows device pairing, synchronized browsing and refreshing in sync with your computer, and remote inspection and debugging so you can see HTML/CSS/JavaScript changes instantly on your device. Shadow is now on Adobe Labs, and the Shadow team is also blogging.

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