After 14 months incubation, the Flash-based framework emerges from incubation at Apache. But has the world moved on?
Young startup Emitrom have completely reworked their handy Flash tool for Java developers
The FDT Profiler is a tool that helps developers detect performance issues within a flash application. It provides a ‘memory’ approach to profiling, where the memory footprint of a flash application and every single object instance is controlled; and a ‘performance’ approach to profiling. Performance Profiling is the process of measuring the duration and number of method calls. In this screencast, you’ll get an introduction to FDT Profiler from the FDT core team.
Version 2.0 of NoScript Firefox extension allows you to specify which websites plugins can be executed by.
SourceMate 1.1 is released with new integration with the Potomac Framework, and new Code Style preferences.
Adobe sign a definitive agreement to acquire Day Software, in an effort to provide a more complete solution for customer-facing web sites and multi-channel customer experiences.
Adobe have announced the release of Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for Android. Flash Player 10.1 will be available as a […]
New project proposal to bring a modular framework and OSGi-like capabilities to Flex development.
Adobe have launched an Adobe AIR for Android Developer Prerelease Program. Participants can access a beta of AIR SDK with […]
Bitstream have announced version 2.1 of its BOLT mobile browser. BOLT 2.1 brings HTML 5 audio and video, Facebook and […]
A new, Java-related malware threat makes its way around Twitter, prompting some bloggers to question whether we really need Java in the browser anymore.