home for some really creative/professional Flash animations. Looks
like the long awaited site redesign of FlashTv has arrived and it is
now much more usable.
While Flash might not yet be available on the iPhone, news of new iPhone apps have been making its way into the Flash community. Mike Chamber has just released a handy way to reference the AS3 library with his new iPhone app calledActionScript 3 API Reference.
Don’t you hate it when things that should work, don’t work themselves out. Earlier last week, I updated my feeds using Google’s new FeedBurner setup which was painless. However, that is until I realized that the subscribed user count dropped in half.
If any of you are having issues with viewing the RSS feed, you can simply re-subscribe. That should fix things. I apologize for the inconveince, but this is one of those time where things should work themselves out.
Watch out for the Falling Balls! As of late, Keith Peters has been getting himself into iPhone app development and one of his apps, Falling Balls, is hitting it “main stream”. Falling Balls is a free iPhone app with the concept being to avoid falling balls or you would be put to harsh death.
The art of preloading in Flash has been somewhat lost in the age of speedier Internet connections. The one sure way to grab a users’ attention and provide a great first impression has gone with it…until Pretty Loaded surfaced.