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Introducing Kiwi.js framework with the creation of an HTML5 Spellfall prototype

Aug 22, 2014 11:28 PM
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If you like HTML5 frameworks, you'll love Kiwi.js - Here is a Match3 Spellfall-like prototype made in a few minutes (translate)

Catching up with Ken Lunde on Source Han Sans

Aug 22, 2014 10:51 PM
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We’re planning to talk with some of the foundry partners who worked on the Source Han Sans project alongside lead designer Ryoko Nishizuka, as it was an unprecedented team effort and would not have succeeded without the broad range of contributions. Before we go down that path, though, it seemed appropriate to spend some time talking to Dr. Ken Lunde, who oversaw the entire collaboration. Ken has worked at Adobe for nearly 25 years. David Lemon, Ken’s manager for the past 15 years, recalled that in 1991, when Ken was hired, “At the time we didn’t have anyone who understood (translate)

Three.js dissolving effect

Aug 22, 2014 7:26 PM
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Oh btw, I have added dissolving effect to my shooter game from last post. The effect is basically one grayscale noise texture + custom shader material. Fragment shader is nothing fancy, you can understand how it works by looking at this simplified demo: Vertex shader, however, was a bit tricky, because I had these animated objects […] (translate)

TIP: Make Sling Testing Framework work

Aug 22, 2014 5:45 PM
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We have been trying to find the right mix of unit testing (Automated) in our project, and I have been looking at various options that Sling has to offer. This was done for development of AEM based projects. I tried to follow a few articles to help me get started and each one of those […] (translate)

The Lightroom Team Volunteers with Gilda’s Club Twin Cities

Aug 22, 2014 5:33 PM
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One of the reasons I love working for Adobe is that it’s a company with a heart.  On a daily basis, I work to perfect a program that helps photographers all over the world create their own brand of magic, but once in awhile we get to help those in need directly through the power... READ MORE (translate)

A few days back I had the chance to Skype in with Paul...

Aug 22, 2014 5:31 PM
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A few days back I had the chance to Skype in with Paul Kemp from #TheAppGuyPodcast about Startups, Costa Rica and  Episode 120 went live today with our conversation in case you want to tune in and see what is like to jump ship and get your hands dirty building your dreams. Oh and if you haven’t downloaded our beta, go ahead and get it here and be part of shaping our future. (translate)

How Flash changes the design of database storage engines

Aug 22, 2014 3:34 PM
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Over the past decade, SSD drives (popularly known as Flash) have radically changed computing at both the consumer level — where USB sticks have effectively replaced CDs for transporting files — and the server level, where it offers a price/performance … (translate)

Deep Under the Sky @FlashDailyNet @ColinNorthway new incredible...

Aug 22, 2014 3:29 PM
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Deep Under the Sky @FlashDailyNet @ColinNorthway new incredible Adobe Air game! Deep Under the Sky, using Starling- (iOS,Android,PC,Mac) — Anton Azarov (@TheRabbitFlash) August 21, 2014 (translate)

What You Missed This Week

Aug 22, 2014 3:24 PM
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This week we released a powerful new Dreamweaver extension that you'll need if you want to have full client side paging, sorting, custom start index on your repeaters and even custom repeaters! From the HTML5 Data Bindings Extended Repeater's interactive user interface you can name your repeater, choose the type, enter the data source, select the start record and page and even give your page a size. This awesome tool comes with numerous video tutorials and showcases to guide you in your projects. If you still don't have the HTML5 Data Bindings Extended Repeater it's currently on sale with a (translate)

IndexedDB - On the move...

Aug 22, 2014 3:21 PM
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Ok, kind of a lame title, but it's Friday so I get a pass, right? I've presented (and written) on IndexedDB over the past few years, but it isn't something I've really thought with, or demoed, lately. There's been some interesting updates related to the technology though so I thought I'd share some news about IndexedDB. Now may be a great time to take a look at it again. The first, and probably biggest, piece of news is that iOS 8 will support IndexedDB. Combined with Android 4.4 support, it will soon be (relatively) safe to make use of IDB (translate)

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