Posted At : Dec 07, 2009 0:44 AM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
Related Categories: RIA, ColdFusion, Other

Adobe Community Experts 2010 nomination is open. So if you want to nominate anyone here is the ink....

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Posted At : Sep 01, 2008 21:46 PM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
Related Categories: RIA, ColdFusion, Other

If you have any concerns about Adobe products, you may use dearadobe.com site to leave your suggestions for Adobe engineers. Also you may see top rated gripes by application. A related blog is available at blogdearadobe.com ....

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Posted At : May 12, 2008 14:17 PM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
Related Categories: RIA, Other, Adobe Air

Adobe TV presents a nice movie on Adobe Air, where Kevin Lynch walk through Adobe offices and interview the guys there. ...

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Posted At : Jan 14, 2008 20:34 PM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
Related Categories: RIA

Dan Wilson started a nice series of entries on Flex....

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Posted At : Dec 18, 2007 21:54 PM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
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tombray.com have a nice post about how to preload any content in Flex. I had this problem a couple of times and i bet i am not the only one. And that solution should help....

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Posted At : Dec 12, 2007 22:51 PM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
Related Categories: RIA, ColdFusion, Other, SQL

Todd Sharp open "2007 CFeMmy Awards" and my blog is nominated for "Best Newcomer (CF Blog that started in 2007)". WOW! I AM glad someone read it and find it useful....

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Posted At : Nov 22, 2007 0:44 AM | Posted By : Ed Tabara
Related Categories: RIA

One day a wanted to incorporate one nice flex photo album for my daughter's site, so i started googling for ready to use open source solutions. The first idea was to use the Flex Book. It's something REALLY REALLY great. BUT! I wanted to have the application so, that it to be configurable. Basically to have the swf and giving the configuration file and the xml with photos definitions, the swf to create the book based on all that. This wasn't too easy, but little by little i started to get the desired result.... till the moment i wanted to have the WIDTH and HEIGHT values set from the configuration file. For some reason it did not work. No errors. Just the book did not show up. After few hours of fighting with it and trying to get in contact with the creator of that excellent component without any success, i gave up (for now). So, i had to look for some other nice component. And i found the DisplayShelf component. It went MUCH more smoothly. I don't pretend to have it done the best way...

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