Archive for the ‘Web’ Category

3D Flash website running on Nexus 1 on Flash 10.1

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Just saw this video. That’s pretty sweet I think and I’m kind of surprised a bit on the performance. I thought flash might be a bit laggy on mobile devices because of their limited processing power. But the phone seemed to run that flash app like a champ. I’m still waiting for 10.1 on my Moto Droid, we haven’t even gotten the Beta yet :( What happened to that late January release?

Telecommuting made easier with Adobe

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010


I was reading this article recently and I thought it was pretty interesting that Adobe offers this service. I guess it has gotten some use since a lot of people in Europe have been grounded from the ash clouds recently. It’s pretty cool actually, it let’s you have a video conference with up to 3 people and share your screen for the free version. I’m not sure how much the paid version is or how much more you get, but this would be a handy tool for many freelancers that telecomute. It’s an easy way to chat with your client and share your screen to show them progress on the project. I’ll have to check this out.

Flash 10.1 and Air public beta sign up for android

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

For all you android users waiting for flash on their phones, the time has almost come. Private beta is finishing up and public will start up soon. To sign up for a notice when public beta begins follow the link below.

iPad alternatives

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

Nice gallery of 8 different tablets to use other then iPad

F1 Web Design

Saturday, April 17th, 2010

Anything with Formula 1 in the title is gonna catch my attention, lol. This article was a good read and a nice demonstration of what multi-billion dollar companies’ websites look like. Take a look.

iPhone os4 VS flash cs5

Friday, April 16th, 2010

Adobe had annouced that flash CS5 will come with a packager to compile actionscript 3 into a native iPhone application. Apple recently released there terms of service for iPhone OS4 and explicitly state that no application can be run on the new OS that wasn’t created through apple’s Software Development Kit(SDK). What does this mean for Adobe?