Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
Creating a timer using Flash’s Date class is easy enough to do, but what if you want to use the server-side time instead? This is definitely possible using PHP’s time() function and the External Interface class in Flash Actionscript 3.
Today, almost everything on the web is based on user input. A contact form, a user registration form, a search box and so on. As a developer you can’t just rely on the user to write everything as it’s supposed to be. To be sure you always get the correct data from your users you will need to validate the input. Read on to find out how..
In this flash tutorial, you will learn how to create very cool fast letter text banner.
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a loading extension to the command framework in my previous tutorial, Thinking in Commands part 1 of 2, to pack the loading the completion handling into one place.
Creative agency Vivid Image exclusively reveals some of the work they've been doing to make flash content search friendly.
Store all you contacts in a useful air application by learning add, edit and delete data techniques within an SQLite database.
Implement a Map Using the Google Map API for Flash
In this article I will explain how to build a simple adobe flex application that communicates with php using remote objects calls to the new AMF php implementation suported by adobe and called ZendAMF.
This tutorial shows how to make a flash video player that will load the video path through the browser URL. Now there is no need for multiple players on your site! website!
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