7 05 2007

Hi all i have just launched flashcs.org… this is for anyone who has found this site useful and want some more help.

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10 04 2007

devaintMaps was created by me for a bit of fun, with Yahoo Maps and their wicked flash API it is a way for deviantArt users to claim there spot on this earth and it is compliant. “It is a different way to represent the deviantArt community.”

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Adobe launches new design and dev suites

31 03 2007

There seems to be improved cross application support. eg Photoshop straight to flash… Something that I have wanted for along time. And of course flash 9 and AS3… I can’t wait to get my hands on it. There a are a few different suites to chose from. Of course the web development one interests me the most. For all you fireworks users out there such as myself it is still included. Cause we all know it is unparalleled for layouts.

It ships with

Adobe Flash® CS3 Professional,
Adobe Dreamweaver® CS3,
Adobe Photoshop® CS3 Extended,
Adobe Illustrator® CS3,
Adobe Contribute® CS3,
Adobe Fireworks® CS3,
Adobe Acrobat® 8 Professional,
Adobe Bridge CS3, which also offers direct access to Adobe Version Cue® CS3,
Adobe Stock Photos, Adobe Device Central CS3, and Adobe Acrobat Connect™.

I will post a full review once I have it in my hot little hands.

Note: it is only preorders at the moment.

Find out more here




I finished this a while ago.

30 03 2007


Full desgin credit goes to jason(who i work with) . I made it work. It uses lots ot trig and chains…

Also click on a couple of circles you will see a history lines draw where you have been.

Yahoo Pipes

29 03 2007



From Yahoo :

What is Pipes?

Pipes is a free online service that lets you remix popular feed types and create data mashups using a visual editor. You can use Pipes to run your own web projects, or publish and share your own web services without ever having to write a line of code.

Building a Pipe

You make a Pipe by dragging pre-configured modules onto a canvas and wiring them together in the Pipes Editor.

Each Pipe consists of two or more modules, each of which performs a single, specific task. For example, the Fetch module will retrieve a feed URL, while the Sort module will re-order a feed based on criteria you provide (you can find a complete list of available modules in the documentation.)

Each module has one or more terminals, represented by small circles in the interface. You can wire modules together by clicking on one module’s output terminal and another module’s input terminal. Now the output from the first module will serve as input to the second module.

In addition to data feeds, Pipes also lets you add user input fields into your Pipe. These show up at runtime as form fields that users of your Pipe can fill in.

The easiest way to understand Pipes is to build one yourself – try editing one of our sample Pipes for a quick start.

Sharing a Pipe

Once you’ve built a Pipe, you’ll be able save it on our server and then call it like you would any other feed. Pipes offers output in RSS 2.0, RSS 1.0 (RDF), JSON and Atom formats for maximum flexibility. You can also choose to publish your Pipe and share it with the world, allowing other users to clone it, add their own improvements, or use it as a subcomponent in their own creations.

Hosted Pipes

A Hosted Pipe is a web-based interface that Pipes provides which allows you to execute a Pipe that you or someone else has built and published. It’s a useful mechanism for quickly determining what type of content a Pipe outputs. It is also a jumping off point for subscribing to a Pipe in your favorite feed reader, viewing how the Pipe was constructed, or cloning it so that you can further tweak it yourself.

Here’s a very simple example hosted Pipe.

Are Pipes I create private?

All Pipes can be accessed if you know their unique URL. This allows you to share them over IM or email without having to do any configuration, or use them as sub-pipes in your own Pipes without needing to publish them.

Only *you* can get a list of your Pipes (“My Pipes”) and their URLs. Therefore, if you don’t share the URL with anyone, your Pipe remains private.

What does “Publishing” a Pipe do?

Publishing a Pipe enables the Pipe to be searched on, or seen, by others on pipes.yahoo.com. It will appear in the browse page, your Pipes page, and as a search result to anyone on the site.

Can web crawlers index my Pipe?

We allow crawlers to index our site. By default a Pipe is not linked to by any public page in pipes.yahoo.com and therefore cannot be crawled. However, once a Pipe is “Published” it will be accessible to a crawler and may appear in search results.


Apollo is here… woot

29 03 2007

alpha is here

“Apollo is the code name for a cross-operating system runtime being developed by Adobe that allows developers to leverage their existing web development skills (Flash, Flex, HTML, JavaScript, Ajax) to build and deploy rich Internet applications (RIAs) to the desktop.”