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Breeze, Central, ColdFusion, Contribute, Director, Dreamweaver, Flash Arrived in SLC for MAX 2003 November 18, 2003

If you are at all interested in my experience at the Macromedia MAX 2003 Conference this year, you can read about it from the special page I will be updating at http://www.ekosm.com/projects/max2003/. I will also be photo blogging along with other's at Community Vision (created by Christian Cantrell). If you see me at MAX please say "Hi", but don't ask me to eat cinnamon.

Posted by ErikG at 01:24 AM in Breeze, Central, ColdFusion, Contribute, Director, Dreamweaver, Flash | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)
Flash Take a Tour of Macromedia September 26, 2003

Vera Fleischer gives us a tour of the Macromedia offices in San Francisco where she works on the Flash team. I've been in the Macromedia offices once before, and I couldn't help but be impressed. The design of the offices are quite conducive to creativity and smart thinking.

Posted by Michael Buffington at 09:40 AM in Flash | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)
Flash Flash CSS Support Challenged September 12, 2003

For those who subscribe to the Macromedia Edge Newsletter you may notice that the latest edition has an article boasting the new Flash features found in both in the new authoring tool (MX 2004), as well as the new player (v7), among which they talk about the CSS support now found in Flash.

Just yesterday I saw a link on kottke.org to Todd's article describing in some detail what CSS styles are supported in Flash, and some important ones that are not. It's an important read for anyone thinking they want to use CSS in their HTML & Flash.

Posted by ErikG at 09:02 AM in Flash | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)
Flash Flash MX 2004 Articles September 10, 2003
Posted by Michael Buffington at 09:57 AM in Flash | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)
Flash MMUG Relaunch: Flash MX 2004 Special September 08, 2003

The MMUG Flash MX mini conference looks like it would be a good one to go to. Lots of freebies, good speakers, and of course the fact that it's in London. I regret not being able to go. Happens September 19th.

Posted by Michael Buffington at 10:57 AM in Flash | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)
Flash Flash in a C# App September 05, 2003

Just found Miguel Moreno's Sandbox and was impressed with the work. Miguel has figured out how to make a true desktop windows application make use of an "embedded" Flash player using Flash Communications server to stream video.

I say "embedded" because from the looks of it, the C# app is a shell that wraps around the player, but it's still a great expirement.

Posted by Michael Buffington at 10:20 AM in Flash | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0)
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