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June 24th, 2005

Flash Platform

In a world where most digital experiences fall flat, the Macromedia Flash Platform offers something different. It’s a lightweight, cross-platform runtime that can be used not just for rich media, but also for enterprise applications, communications, and mobile applications.
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June 21st, 2005

Videos on Building Flash Applications with Eclipse

A collection of Video Tutorials on the installation of all the necessary components needed to build Flash applications in Eclipse. It continues with a demonstration of how to create and compile a class. It finishes by utilizing existing resources and pre-compiled library swfs to manage and control items within our Flash application.

Via: Andr? Michelle

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June 8th, 2005

Upcoming Flash Player Capabilities

The next major release of Flash Player, code-named Maelstrom, has significant advances in graphical expressiveness, performance, increased fidelity of font rendering and video delivery, and other new functionality ? while still remaining a small download size.

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June 8th, 2005

Using EventDispatcher

There is a good article on on Using EventDispatcher.
Written by: Patrick Mineault

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June 1st, 2005

Macromedia Training at your City

Official Macromedia Training can now be availed at your city. Tekno Point Multimedia , a Macromedia Authorized Training partner plans to conduct training on Flash Application Development accross India. You have to form a group of 8-12 professionals for training at your city. Training will be conducted by a Macromedia Certified Flash Developer with 3 years development experience.
The course will cover all the topics related to Macromedia Certification. Certification fees have now been reduced to 50US$ so one can aim at getting certified after the course. Placements will be provided on course completion.

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