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WordCamp Tampa – WordPress and the Enterprise: API Driven Business System Integration by Chris Jenkins

Oct 4, 2014 3:11 PM
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  Most companies have a large divide between the main site and internal systems Most WordPress to internal systems is done through sending email Documentation for API interaction with WordPress is lacking Example API Lead collection : Collect complex pre-sales data and post it to the CRM. Create associated contacts, create an actionable ticket, assign […] (translate)

Developing dental medical application for touch display using...

Oct 8, 2014 5:30 PM
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Developing dental medical application for touch display using Adobe AIR DICOM viewer with extended functions. App use X-Ray images in DCM format. Project under construction and will be used as a module in other project. Everything done using Adobe AIR including root application. Will be used in dental clinic. Developing dental medical application for touch display using #AdobeAIR @FlashDailyNet — Anton Azarov (@TheRabbitFlash) October 8, 2014 (translate)

Working Late: Critiques with Ellen Lupton, James Victore, & Bonnie Siegler

Oct 3, 2014 7:22 PM
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We had a great time with the crowd that came for our Working Late event at Makeshift Society last night! If you’re in the New York area and haven’t yet made it to an event, there are still two more left in the series, on October 14 and on November 11. Last night’s event couldn’t have happened without the generous participation of Ellen Lupton, James Victore, and Bonnie Siegler. We’re so glad you joined us! Thanks also to Rob Wilson, who bravely put his own MFA graduate project on the line for the critique. Ellen Lupton Ellen Lupton is the (translate)

Why we still use Flash™ Flash™ is said to be dead for a long...

Oct 11, 2014 5:29 PM
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Why we still use Flash™ Flash™ is said to be dead for a long time now. But we are still using it everyday for a lot of different things. This post will try to explain why with simple rational/objective points. I am not a dum fanboy but I am tired to read so much crap about it. I run a small studio that makes 2D games. We have been using Flash™ since 1998. Using the same tool (or its evolutions) for 16 years is exceptional. @FlashDailyNet I finally wrote my post “Why we still use Flash!” ^-^ — Alex (translate)

How to bring your HTML5 games title screen to life in a minute with Phaser

Oct 7, 2014 11:28 PM
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Make your HTML5 games title screen look more polished with Phaser in a minute with a couple of lines of code (translate)

Clarity, Vibrance, and Saturation in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw

Oct 9, 2014 3:35 PM
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In this article, we're looking at the bottom three sliders in the Basic panel: Clarity, Vibrance, and Saturation. (translate)

Extracting layers into new images for all screens just became so easy in Photoshop!

Oct 6, 2014 9:20 PM
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Today, Adobe updated almost all of their creative apps including Photoshop. If you are a designer or developer who has ever needed to slice out assets from a PSD design to use in a website or mobile app, this update is going to give you hours (or days) of your life back. A while back, […] (translate)

The Future of Flash (Pro): Today, the Flash Pro team is...

Oct 6, 2014 5:30 PM
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The Future of Flash (Pro): Today, the Flash Pro team is releasing an update that should be a fairly major milestone in the tool’s history. In this post I’ll explain my personal view of what’s changed, why it’s a good idea, and where Flash goes from here. (see blog post). Flash Professional CC 2014 October released: Continuing with the momentum gained with the June release, Flash Professional CC 2014 October update brings to you even more features to make your life easier.  Whether you are an animator, web designer, educational content developer, advertiser or for that matter any platform or library (translate)

Connecting the microcosmos and the macro world

Oct 31, 2014 1:36 PM
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This is part of our investigation into synthetic biology and bioengineering. For more, download the new BioCoder Fall 2014 issue here. Good luck trying to jam Christina Agapakis into any kind of vocational box. Her CV cites disparate accomplishments as a scientist, … (translate)

FGL published 3rd Quarter earnings: gaming market is growing, including Flash!

Oct 24, 2014 5:28 PM
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FGL publishes 3rd Quarter earnings: good results for native and HTML5 mobile games, great growth for Unity licenses and a Flash bounce back!! (translate)

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