So i tried the new tekken 7 game that’s been released a week ago and it’s quite interesting. A lot different from the older games that i used to play as a kid.
Can’t say i loved it though but i did notice something different. There are now tools called trainers out for this game that lets you do interesting stuff like have infinite of health and kill opponents easily. I used one such tool by this site called wemod infinity.
Didn’t use it much since it takes the fun away from games but i thought it was interesting.
Are you curious what Adobe is planning for the future of the Flash runtime?
For the past decade, Flash Player and, more recently, Adobe AIR have played a vital role on the web by providing consistent platforms for deploying rich, expressive content across browsers, desktops, and devices. Beginning as a platform for enabling animation, the Flash runtimes have evolved into a complete multimedia platform, enabling experiences that were otherwise not possible or feasible on the web.
Looking forward, Adobe believes that Flash is particularly suited for addressing the gaming and premium video markets, and will focus its development efforts in those areas. At the same time, Adobe will make architectural and language changes to the runtimes in order to ensure that the Flash runtimes are well placed to enable the richest experiences on the web and across mobile devices for another decade.
We all know that SWF is not secure and can be easily decrypted by many tools that I wont mention here. So, if you are building browser or desktop/mobile (AIR) flash applications that use public services (REST, WSDL) with tokens for API identification, how are you securing your tokens?
Got an Android devise? Go get the AIR runtime and then install my AIRonAndroid Browser demo application to see Adobe AIR in action and play with things like Geolocation, Multitouch, etc
or point your camera at:
IF THE LINK ABOVE DOESNT WORK, YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE APP HERE
or do a DIRECT INSTALL HERE PLEASE LET ME KNOW IN COMMENTS IF YOU CAN NOT USE THE MARKETPLACE TO GET THE APP.
This application demonstrates the APIs that are available to Adobe AIR on Android developers. Demonstrations include Accelerometer, Camera, Geolocation, Multitouch, StageOrientation, and KeyboardEvents.
Who says it has to be Adobe Flash or HTML5 at Adobe? Not Adobe, they are supporting both. Adobe has announced the immediate availability of a FREE HTML5 pack for Dreamweaver CS5. The HTML5 Pack extension includes new code hinting for HTML5 and CSS3 capabilities to enable Dreamweaver users to easily make use of new HTML5 tags. The extension also includes WebKit engine updates and improvements to support video and audio in Dreamweaver CS5s Live View. With new CSS3 capabilities users can more easily design multiscreen web pages, with previews of how they will render across multiple browsers and devices. Additionally, the HTML5 Pack features HTML5 starter layouts to the New Document dialog box in Dreamweaver CS5, making it easier for users to accelerate their efforts to design and develop with the latest in emerging web standards.
Word in the twitterverse is that Adobe gave their evangelists some new toys today. Yes, thats right, the HTC Nexus One with Flash Player 10.1 beta! When will the rest of us see this beta? Hopefully, very soon.
Those of you who are out at 360Flex this week and have taken a minute to check out your registration packet may have noticed that InsideRIA has a card in there announcing a new conference (2 actually). InsideRIA the conference and InsideMobile the conference.
InsideRIA the conference will be August 23-24 in San Jose at eBay and InsideMobile will be July 26-27 also at eBay in San Jose.
Registration for both is underway and they are both $250 for the 1st 100 only and then the price jumps to $400 so get in early.
If youre interested in participating as a speaker or sponsor, drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and well hook you up with the info.
iSpy was created based on Doug McCunes Simple Flex Motion Detection example In addition to Dougs web based motion detector, iSpy uses the AIR File and FileStream classes with the JPEGEncoder class to do its magic.
If there is a level of motion that exceeds the sensitivity level, it will either take a quick snap shot and display on screen or if Save pics to disk is checked it will also save a copy to the users picture/iSpy directory. Have fun with it, I hold no responsibility for the pictures you capture.