Flex

Adobe Refresh TV: Catalyst, ColdFusion9, Adobe Freemium Services

written by Geoff Bowers on Wednesday, 23 September, 2009 @ 06:59 PM

Recently participated in a great little panel discussing upcoming Adobe releases, local case studies and general geek gabbing. AdobeRefreshTV is an initiative by the local Adobe APAC team to engage the developer community. It's been a little while coming, but its great to see this vodcast live.

Review: Mockups from Balsamiq

written by Geoff Bowers on Thursday, 24 July, 2008 @ 07:38 PM

Balsamiq's "Mockups" tool is ideal for throwing together the straw-man, discussion point, come... well mockup, for application development. It's the perfect "electronic napkin". Quick. Intuitive. And if you're a scribbler, doodler, or back of the envelope kinda guy then this is the perfect app.

Desktop Keeley: Page 3 Distraction (Uncensored!)

written by Geoff Bowers on Friday, 18 July, 2008 @ 04:01 PM

Desktop Keeley is an Adobe AIR application, built by Glue London, for the Sun newspaper in England. Keeley is a regular Page 3 sensation who makes a profound contribution to society in her role as a mischievous genie in a laptop. Ok, it’s true she doesn’t have many lines - but she’s a sophisticated, method-actor with passion.

Getting Flex 1.5 to run on ColdFusion 8 Enterprise

written by Geoff Bowers on Monday, 17 September, 2007 @ 02:04 PM

Recently tasked with getting Flex 1.5 serve up and running on ColdFusion 8 Enterprise with Apache web server. We encountered a few troubles along the way and thought we might jot down some of the issues we faced and what we did to solve them.

James Ward: Flex, Flash and Apollo for Rich Internet Applications

written by Geoff Bowers on Thursday, 19 July, 2007 @ 02:11 PM

James Ward gives a great little summary of the whole Flex, Flash, Apollo ecosystem at the Google Plex. Love to see technically proficient evangelists, pushing tangible benefits of the Flash Platform.

Windows Live Messenger Requires Flash Player 9

written by Geoff Bowers on Thursday, 23 November, 2006 @ 03:00 PM

Looks like Microsoft Messenger is going to be pushing users to upgrade to Flash Player 9. This little alert was the cause of much jubilation in Daemon HQ. Public Flex apps are just that bit closer to reality.

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