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Trapping flash.display.Loader IOErrors

Friday, October 15th, 2010

TweetI was trying to debug an issue yesterday and stumbled across something in the Flex SDK that I was unaware of. I was using SDK 3.4, but this is also true of 3.5, 4.0, and 4.5. My issue was that I had a Loader class which I was using to load image files. In some [...]

Creating Your First HTML-Based Application for Adobe AIR with Dreamweaver CS4

Monday, October 5th, 2009

TweetThank you to those who sat through my lab today at MAX. Here is the promised resources and documentation. Creating Your First HTML-Based Application for Adobe AIR with Dreamweaver CS4 Learn everything you need to know to build and deploy an HTML-based Adobe AIR application using Dreamweaver CS4. We’ll explore the AIR APIs, including the [...]

FlexCamp Presentation (part 3 of 3) : FileReference save()

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

TweetIn part 1 of this series, I showed how to load a file into the Flash Player by using the FileReference load() method. In part 2, I showed how to use PIxel Bender to filter the loaded image. In this part, I will show how to use the FileReference save() method to save the image [...]

FlexCamp Presentation (part 2 of 3) : Pixel Bender

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

TweetIn part 1 of this series, I showed how to load a file into the Flash Player by using the FileReference load() method. In this case we are loading an image, but you can load any file type. In this part, I will show how to use Pixel Bender filters to filter the loaded image. [...]

FlexCamp Presentation (part 1 of 3) : FileReference load()

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009

TweetI gave a presentation for FlexCamp Italy over the weekend. The basics of the session was showing how to load an image from the desktop into the Flash Player, tweak the image with PixelBender, and finally save the image back to the desktop with no server required. Yes, that’s correct, as long as you have [...]

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