Flash Builder, like any good IDE, can facilitate programming in several different ways. By taking advantage of what Flash Builder can do, you can write ActionScript code more quickly and, most importantly, with better accuracy.
Blog Posts about Adobe Flex
In the 5th and final part of this continuing series, guest authors James Polanco and
Aaron Pedersen show how the integration of Flash Catalyst and Flash Builder is aided by a common file format.
In Part 4 of this continuing series, guest authors James Polanco and Aaron Pedersen show how designers can use Flash Catalyst to convert graphic elements created in Adobe Illustrator into Flex components.
In Part 3 of this continuing series, guest authors James Polanco and Aaron Pedersen show how Flash Catalyst eases the designer's task of creating user elements for a Flex project.
In a recent conversation with the authors of A Project Guide to UX Design—Russ Unger and Carolyn Chandler—we chatted at some length about the various roles on a Web team, both best case and worst case. (Here’s the full interview.)
In Part 2 of this continuing series, James Polanco and Aaron Pedersen provide a 30,000-foot overview of the new Flash Platform.
Adobe Flash Catalyst is a new tool for Web designers that helps them participate more fully in Flex application development.
Adobe MAX is the software giant's biggest annual confab, and is often the venue for new product annoucements. The 2008 installment was no exception.
Those of you with better memories than mine will recall that last week, I promised that we would soon post some free material from the new book, Adobe Flex 3: Training from the Source. I'm pleased to announce that we've made good on that promise—
The authors of our best-selling book on Flex 2, the Adobe Press Flex 2: Training from the Source, have been toiling away on revising their book for Flex 3.
I just got back from Chicago, where I attended Adobe MAX 2007, the company's annual confab for developers. The bulk of the conference was taken up with hundreds of workshops, hands-on sessions, whiteboard talks and other kinds of presentations, all of which had the 4,300 attendees running from one end of the vast, brand-spanking-new, McCormick Place West convention facility to the other.
All of us came together in one room, however, for two keynote addresses and an evening sneak peek session, during which Adobe announced several new products and initiatives and allowed us a glimpse at future developments.