This is some location, right? Don’t miss it for any reason – it is totally for free to join us! Schedule 2:00pm – Introduction 2:10pm – Marcel Fahle – smart video streaming 2:40pm – Marcel Fahle – Boost your Workflows 3:15pm – Michael Plank – Web- and Desktop Applications 4:15pm – Chris Allen – Red5 … Continue reading “FDT Roadshow in Harvard”
Register now for the free (!!) FDT Roadshow 2008 Prelude in Boston. The first 30 attendees signing up will receive a free FDT 3.1 Basic license. The FDT guys will send you a confirmation and will keep you up to date regarding useful information on the event and the roadshow.
Flash on Tap is rescheduled on next year. However the powerflasher guys let me fly to Boston for their FDT World Roadshow Prelude. So after canceling the actual conference in the last minute a new conference is born in no time. I am pretty sure, it will turn out best. Welcome to the FDT World … Continue reading “Flash on Tap postponed – Still coming to Boston for FDT Roadshow”
Great news from the Powerflasher guys. They finally implemented Vector support in my favorite AS3 editor FDT (beta version)! The class Vector is similar to Array, but type-save. Now it’s time to bring the new performance boost to our AudioTool and check out the new Graphics API. A big thank to the FDT team! You … Continue reading “FDT supports Flash10 Vector class”
Powerflasher is proud to announce the final release of FDT 3.0! It took many months of hard work, tons of caffeine, red-rimmed eyes and some heated discussions to get there. With FDT 3.0 Enterprise you can debug your source-code like you might know it from your Java environment and the JDT. FDT’s debugger allows you … Continue reading “FDT 3.0 Enterprise released”
Powerflasher released a brandnew AS3 version of their flash development tool FDT. I am already working with FDT3.0 in my current project and it is – as FDT1.5 – a huge timesaver in writing and debugging code. Lots of new features! No more Flex curiosities. Give it a try and install the try version. We … Continue reading “FDT 3.0 released”
Finally finally finally! No more annoying flex bugs! Powerflasher announces their fabulous tool FDT for Actionscript 3.0. I cannot count the days, I wait for this announcement. I really repressed my aversion about flex 2.0. It is killing my workflow almost every day and has no nice helping functionality for fast development as FDT. Furthermore … Continue reading “FDT 3.0 finally announced!”
FDT is announced to the 22.august to be purchasable. Read my fdt related posts to follow my experience. It rocks !
A lot of new feature were implemented in fdt last time and it really rocks. Never thought, that coding AS2 could be that easy. The handling of packages is awesome. You never need to open an explorer to move any of your classes and rewrite the class header. A simple move command and some shortcuts … Continue reading “FDT – 2 weeks of testing”
powerflasher launched a site for FDT to provide essential information about the new eclipse plugin. A forum is also be presented. FDT will be available at the end of july as a commercial product. The pricing is not fixed yet. the FDT-Site went online today. You will find release information, a full feature list with … Continue reading “More information about FDT – Flash Development Tool”
powerflasher has developed an eclipse plugin for actionscript the last six months and it is currently entering the beta phase. I’m working with fdt for three days now and I can say that this is a killer plugin. Never thought, that any eclipse plugin for actionscript could be that intelligent. It saves a lot of … Continue reading “FDT – not just another eclipse plugin !”
Tonfall is an opensource audio framework for Actionscript I have written for the Audio Code Clash Workshop at Flash on the beach to provide an entry point for the attendees on that subject. Tonfall is not meant to be a fully implemented audio engine but you may learn a lot about signal processing and sequencing … Continue reading “Tonfall – Open Source Audio Framework”
Catchy title, worth to consider. While working on the AudioTool, we are continuously searching for better workflows. Joa Ebert has written two plugins for Eclipse that helps us a lot to deal with such a huge project. To make it clear: I don’t love Eclipse. It is still a love-hate relationship and I am often … Continue reading “Eclipse plugins you need”
As promised here are the class files I used in my session about audio programming in Flashplayer 10. They are already embedded in a FDT project, but you might have different SDK locations. There should be no problem to compile them in Flash CS4 or Flex as well. Good luck! AudioSamples
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Acronym POP Joa Ebert and I started a new code.google.com project to have a better organization of our open sources. Popforge is an Actionscript 3 code sandbox started by Andre Michelle and Joa Ebert. Not all of our projects made it to here. We have a lot in the pipe we want to share with … Continue reading “Popforge Opensouce Project”