Yesterday Powerflasher released an update of there Eclipse Plugin FDT which is the AS2 Editor of my choice.
“[…] The new Powerflasher FDT 1.5 version is available from now on. It is a free minor update for all FDT fans. We hope the development time for version 2.0 with AS3 support feels short with it.”
Eclipse 3.2 support
I just saw it in the Flashcoders list.
Sephirot has created a Firefox extension to switch the Flash Plugin.
I aleady tried and it after two clicks you switched the plugin! Now that’s pretty usefull!
“Google Co-op is a platform that enables you to customize the web search experience for users of both Google and your own website.”
I have created a Co-op search for Flash/Flex related stuff. Check it out here:
SWF Blog/Tech Search Engine
Direct link to […]
For me it was faster as expected and the blogs are running hot.
The Flash Player 9 beta for Linux is available.
Jesse Warden has blogged some links to Adobe blogs with additional information.
I am not using Linux (yet) but it is very important to see that the Flash Platform becomes […]
Maybe you know GSpot, a software to analyze videos to determine the codecs and parameters of a video file. I have used it often in the past but stopped using it because many codecs were not support and video evolution is a rapid thing.
Now I saw (due to posts in the ffmpeg-list) that there is a […]
I updated the little Flex application to work with the final Flash Player 9 as the old version was build with Flex Builder Beta 2. See my old blogpost here.
Open the GUI here (Flash Player 9 required)
It’s Open Source. Simply rightclick and select “view source” or click here.
The command you create is for transcoding to Flash […]