Ed Chipman's Blog

Apple's Shot at CS5

Apr 10, 2010

So in case you missed it (which I don't know how anyone could have) Apple has made a change to the iPhone SDK agreement that effectively kills the iPhone Packager...

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HTML5 and the Death of Flash... or not

Feb 11, 2010

With the recent iPad announcement with no flash support once again there has been a quite a bit of chatter around the internet about HTML5 and how it will be...

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Flex Builder 3 and Eclipse Galileo (3.5) [UPDATE]

Jun 27, 2009

I have found a show stopper so my bellow statements that it works as expected are incorrect.

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Security vulnerability in Flex'es HTML component for Adobe AIR?

Apr 7, 2009

Recently I was working on a project the required me to use the HTML component in Flex 3 which is an AIR only component that basically renders HTML using WebKit.

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The tale of the lost session (FileReference.upload)

Feb 21, 2009

In one of my recent projects the client wanted a user files system included in the site.

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Working around Adobe JIRA bug ASC-2231 (Custom Constants as argument defaults)

Jan 5, 2009

Recently I came across a rather annoying bug in Flash Player 9, it effects the Flash CS3, and Flex Builder 3 (probably any that you target flash player 9 in).

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Debugging Flash CS3 Projects with Flex Builder 3

Nov 9, 2008

Lets face it Flash CS3's Debugger isn't the greatest it's missing many of the traditional features that the flex debugger offers.

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Definition mx.* could not be found

Aug 29, 2008

Recently I ran across an issue that even stumped my teacher. For some reason when trying to use Flex's Fade class (mx.effects:Fade) on an ActionScript 3 project in Flex Builder 3.

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Profiling Flash CS3 Projects with Flex Builder

Aug 9, 2008

Over the last few months I have been working on a rather big project using flex builder to write the Actionscript and Flash CS3 to compile it.

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