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Papervision3d 2.0 (Great White) in Flex 3 (Part I)

I'm developing a prototype that loads GPS coordinates/time of flights from an external file into Flash player in a browser and renders them at runtime using PV3D over an interactive Yahoo Maps API. This prototype is in part being used to test performance of Flash Player running the excellent PV3D. So far it holds pretty good.
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Where is Flash at?

For a few years now, I've been using the same site to see how much has Flash content advanced - www.thefwa.com .
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Using Adobe Flex Builder 3 on a Mac

I've made a recent switch from Windows (Vista) to Mac (OS X 10.5.4). In these two months I had enough time to evaluate all biases that I was carrying with me for the past decade.
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Google learns to crawl Flash

For a technology used to publish content on the internet, not being able to be properly indexed by search engines is a big snag. That is one of the first questions that is raised about Flash in any IT environment. The second one is how do you get around it. That might be about to change...
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Can't we all just get along?

I’ve came across an interesting article titled The Next-Gen Web: HTML5 – Will We Ever See A Real Standard? by Nik Cubrilovic that gives a nice overview of the history of web standards while focusing on the current HTML5 draft specification and its potential. Web standards are not something particularly interesting to me as an Adobe Flex developer. After all, one of the reasons I’ve chosen this techn
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Making a good choice when using Flex components

Good people of Adobe were so kind to pack a lot of useful components with Flex Builder. Story goes, they are there to speed up the development process and in doing so cut production cost while retaining excellent user experience....
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Flash Technology vs. Flash Developer

My colleague Brian Dillard, having a keen eye on interface enhancing, posted an interesting piece about Flash user interface conventions. Of the things said, the fact that Flash development environments do not default to standard (traditional) browser behaviors is the...
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