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Mobile App Installer , now for both iOS and Android.

Mar 8, 2013 12:47 PM
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Mobile App installer is a quick way to install your application files on usb attached mobile device (simple drag and drop). This is an updated version of IOS Installed application I blogged about couple of weeks ago. The biggest change is , this is no longer just to install iOS applications but Android ones as [...] (translate)

Obtaining .p12 certificate for iOS development on Windows. The easy way (WITHOUT prompt and manual OpenSSL installation)

Feb 24, 2013 3:05 PM
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Getting into iOS development isn’t exactly straightforward. Even before deploying a simple test app on iOS device you have to get (and pay) apple developer membership fee, and then there’s a whole process of obtaining a developer certificate, generating p12 file and provisioning profile that needs to be bundled with your app in order to [...] (translate)

Flash IDE Fonts not showing up problem

Dec 19, 2012 11:00 AM
Rating: (Total Clicks 62)

This is something that happened to me last week, some fonts (primarily open type fonts) just suddenly stopped showing up in Flash IDE. It was weird, as you could still select the text inside the textfield, copy and paste, but the font type outlines were not showing up in IDE or when compiled. It turns [...] (translate)

iOS apps installer (no iTunes needed)

Dec 17, 2012 12:35 PM
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Let’s face it, nobody in their right mind would describe developing applications for Apple as a “pleasant experience”. This is especially true when you’re on a PC. Especially when you compare developing android air app on PC and deploying it for testing on android device.  The amount of hoops apple makes you jump through and the effort needed to [...] (translate)

Set transform to middle via JSFL

Nov 27, 2012 5:02 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 51)

I just wrote a quick JSFL script for the Flash IDE that I though I’d share.. Example of situation where this could be useful.  You just imported a bunch of images from photoshop via PSD importer. All of those would have a bitmap inside of them , that would be left top aligned to registration [...] (translate)

Reasons to be Creative: Day 3

Sep 7, 2012 3:20 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 63)

Wednesday started with Gimme5, ( a.k.a. former elevator Pitch) Twelve speakers: Anders Figenschow, Adam Onishi, Tom Platten-Higgins, Tim Murray-Browne, Reece Millidge, Luke Whittaker, Maikel Sibbald, Mark Skinner, Matt Stuttard Parker, Emre Koc,  Pete Hotchkin, Jean-Marc Le Roux. Each of them allowed to speak for 5 minutes only.  Speakers were mostly introducing personal projects or sharing some [...] (translate)

Reasons to be Creative: Day 2

Sep 7, 2012 1:20 PM
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Tuesday kicked of with a true webdev geek by the name of Christian Heilman of Firefox.  If I were to summarise his talk into a single sentence soundbyte, I guess it would be : “You have the power to change the web“. Web vendors nowadays are ready to listen to users and developers as long as [...] (translate)

Reasons to be Creative – Day 1

Sep 5, 2012 7:57 AM
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Here are some very subjective highlights from monday’s sessions I went to. Kevin Warwick Kevin is a professor of cybernetics at the Reading University here in the UK. He talked about how are electronics being embedded in the human body and what possible application and consequences this might have for human enhancement. Entirely jaw dropping and fascinating stuff. This is as [...] (translate)

Flash on the Bea.. I mean Reasons to be creative

Sep 4, 2012 11:19 PM
Rating: (Total Clicks 99)

I’ve been going to Flash on the Beach conference for something like 5 years now, and at the end of last year’s, John Davey, who is the main organisator announced that Flash on the beach is over. In retrospect that was quite a remarkable foresight of the things to come. By things to come I [...] (translate)

Reading and settings scores to facebook app / game and my Adobe’s FB API update

Mar 22, 2012 12:05 PM
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Majority of the calls you would ever make to Facebook API require user access token. There are some however, that require app access token instead. These are normally calls you do on behalf of the app not user. An example of such situation would be creating a test users, or reading Insight data. To my surprise app access [...] (translate)

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