At the beginning of the month, Lee Brimelow released a new video series he calls Flasher Magazine. He is now sharing the video player he uses on the site to the community.
Lee Brimelow of The Flash Blog is looking to contribute more to the Flash community with his new release of Flasher Magazine. Flasher Magazine will be a series of videos offering interviews, tips, tricks, etc. By judging the quality of his tutorial videos, I am sure there will quality content in these videos.
When developing Adobe AIR apps, having the capability of controling the look and feel of an application’s window chrome is huge. Not only does it allow for designers to create a much more appealing interface window chrome, it also allows for personal branding.
Since the release of Flash CS3, a new feature called QuickTime export was introduced. QuickTime export allows you to export Actionscript driven or timeline animations into a QuickTime movie file. One key advantage of exporting Flash as a QuickTime movie is the ability to playback your heavy animations as fluid as possible with no skipped frames.
Here is a fun little AIR application that Lee Brimelow made to create fake receipts. You’d might ask why would an application like this would ever be created. Lee actually created this to assist with his daily receipt documentation. For what ever reason this appliaction was created, it’s still presents itself as very original. Interesting to see how it can be taken further. Download it!