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Sometimes companies let technical considerations affect their product strategy in a bad way, allowing “practical” point of view override the “user” point of view. Startups often say “our technology does X, this can be interpreted into several actions, let’s wrap them together to make a bigger offering while keeping small resources and requirements on our […]
I just finished connecting my blog and few other pages on my site to Facebook, to enjoy some sharing goodness of the social community, as well as Facebook’s ‘insight’ statistics – why not enjoy what is given for free right? I had some setbacks and strugles along the way, thought it might save you some […]
There are many video players in flash out there, lots of them are open too, I’ve found few tutorials out there giving everything you need to know to code a video player. few of them work really nice and heavily distributed (JW Player), others have cool UI, few considered proper integration of keyboard control, most […]
So much was written of the new flash player (version 10, code named “Astro”) and what it may do to the industry, it is indeed technologically inspiring, but from a freelance point of view (business wise) this even looks better. Looking back to when I started working with flash (about ten years ago) and now, […]
The last Adobe Flash Player update, (Aug 21, codenamed “Moviestar”) integrates H.264 video and High Efficiency AAC audio codecs, as well as multi core support and full screen mode with hardware scaling.So flash will soon deliver HD quality videos, good news : )Flash is probably the best video platform today, as it combines the customizable […]
Scott Stevenson of Thecacao has a great point differentiating cross platform applications and native mac applications, another basic difference in the user experience between ported apps and native Mac apps is that Mac native applications enjoy core services such as Dictionary-Thesaurus, Speller, etc.. I rely on those services, and the consistency in keyboard shortcuts they […]
I installed the latest Parallels build (3186) few days ago, and forgot about it, I said before I rarely need “de vindoz”, but today I had to check CSS consistency for a project I work on, and since there still are few windows users out there, I wanted to check IE and FireFox on Windows […]
Eric Dolecki wrote an inspiring post about “what Apollo might bring“, I must admit I share his excitement, I witnessed Flash evolve from a graphics and animation oriented application into a global standard RIA platform, empowering new approaches to User Interface, and changing the web application experience. Apollo is a cross-OS runtime that allows developers […]