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Implementing the Presentation Model Pattern in Swift

Sep 29, 2014 11:30 PM
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For the last few years, almost all of the Flex projects I've worked on have used the Presentation Model (PM) pattern along with the Parsley application framework for dependency injection. Broadly speaking, a presentation model holds the presentational state and behavioural logic of an application and, in doing so, minimises the amount of code in view controls. Because several views can utilise the same presentation model, properties such as state can be shared between them.Views hold a strongly typed reference to the presentation model so they can, for example, invoke methods on it. The presentation model itself has no knowledge of the views and, in the case of Flex and Parsley, (translate)

The Future of cfObjective.

Sep 29, 2014 11:21 PM
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So, I don't do this very often, but, I was asked to share a message, and it is one I agree with, so I decided to pass it along. This comes from a member of our community - so please give it a few moments of your time. Has cf.Objective() Outgrown Its Name? Have you considered how cf.Objective() has changed over the years? When cf.Objective() started, it seemed targeted toward ColdFusion developers who were looking to improve their ColdFusion development skills. This was awesome, and it was exactly what the community needed at the time. cf.Objective() has always had content (translate)

Pop-up Webinar Recording: Become Acquainted with the Appearance Panel

Sep 29, 2014 9:34 PM
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Following the summer break, Astute Graphics’ Pop-Up Webinar recordings makes a great come-back. Our YouTube channel now features the latest video demonstrating how to quickly create rich appearances, for any path, text or group which remain completely editable giving you a flexible pro workflow. We’ll also highlight how Astute Graphics plug-in Stylism can assist in creating […] The post Pop-up Webinar Recording: Become Acquainted with the Appearance Panel appeared first on Astute Graphics. (translate)

Photoshop For Chromebook Beta

Sep 29, 2014 9:20 PM
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In partnership with Google, we've just introduced Project Photoshop Streaming, a new technology beta (initiallyavailable exclusively to select North America based Adobe education customers with a paid Creative Cloud membership). Project Photoshop Streaming enables selected participants to access Photoshop on Chromebooks. Applications delivered via streaming are easy to access and easy to manage. Even better, streaming apps work directly with files in Google Drive, so no need to download and re-upload files - just edit directly in the cloud. (translate)

66 Useful Links from RESTFest 2014

Sep 29, 2014 8:23 PM
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I bookmarked links from RESTFest this weekend; check them out below for resources, upcoming events, and more. Feel free to add anything I missed in the comments! mgonto/restangular Vatican.js – quick and powerful APIs at your fingertips cainus/hyper-json zetta – zetta.js REST APIs must be hypertext-driven » Untangled kevinswiber/siren Zetta Browser mdobson/SHMKit zettajs Getting Started […] Related Posts: REST Fest – 3 Things I Learned REST Fest 2013: 63 Links to Follow Up On API Planning and Proceeding: Tell Me What You’re Working… REST Fest: 3 Things I’m Looking Forward To 9 Links From RailsConf 2013 Day 2 Powered by (translate)

Post Workshop Part 2

Sep 29, 2014 6:06 PM
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The slides are up in massive PDF format here MASSIVE PDF WARNING (translate)

Steadicam Smoothee

Sep 29, 2014 5:34 PM
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Tired of shaky movies from your iPhone or adventure camera? Do you wish your handheld videos could have the smooth, shake-free look of Hollywood films? Well, you’re in luck. (translate)

Denver Startup Week 2014 Review (Part 2)

Sep 29, 2014 5:23 PM
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This year i had the pleasure to be in charge of our headline events for the week (basically the 6-9 slot each day), and it went pretty well. Last year three of us manned the top spot, and it was kinda chaotic, and stressful. In the end it all worked out, but was exhausting. This […] (translate)

Create an Hourglass in Photoshop

Sep 29, 2014 3:36 PM
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Learn how to create a realistic hourglass with Photoshop only. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create your own hourglass, add realistic shadows and lighting, then complete it with custom sand and wood texture. Throughout the tutorial, you’ll learn techniques that will help you create more realistic artworks in Photoshop. What you’ll be creating […] (translate)

Better MovieClips with SwAG MovieClips have been the stalwart...

Sep 29, 2014 3:30 PM
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Better MovieClips with SwAG MovieClips have been the stalwart workhorse of Flash since the very earliest days of ActionScript, so I’ll skip the details and gushing adoration and instead move on to some of the shortcomings: MovieClips only play forward from the current frame. When building out animations without extra MovieClip functionality, playing animations backwards — a character in a game reversing, for example –requires a whole new timeline with the animation reversed. This produces a little extra memory overhead, even if symbols are re-used, but more importantly makes cross-linking the “forward” and “backward” clips challenging. For example, if a character is in a specific (translate)

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