Flash Components for FDT

By |2010-03-28T02:41:18+00:00March 28th, 2010|

Using the Flash IDE & FDT seems natural to me, and I think that it is the prefect work flow! While I enjoy working with the Flash IDE, as I use it daily, I much prefer writing all my code in FDT! I will be showing how to set up everything in FDT for the [...]

Flex 4 & Remoting

By |2010-03-23T04:07:34+00:00March 23rd, 2010|

First the ColdFusion component has not changed <cfcomponent displayName= "testConn"> <!--- Establish a Flash Remoting Connection ---> <cffunction name="getTestConn" access="remote" returnType="string"> <cfreturn "connection to the ColdFusion 9 Server was successful"> </cffunction> </cfcomponent> The Flex code is a little different and strangely I get quotes return here in the text field, but the same [...]

Flash Builder 4 is released

By |2010-03-22T05:19:30+00:00March 22nd, 2010|

Flash Builder 4, the next version of what used to be Adobe Flex Builder is out now with lots of new features https://www.adobe.com/products/flashbuilder/ Powerful coding tools ENHANCED Develop using a powerful Eclipse™ based IDE that includes editors for MXML, the ActionScript® language, and CSS, as well as syntax coloring, statement completion, code collapse, interactive step-through [...]

FDT Remoting Template

By |2010-03-10T22:58:40+00:00March 10th, 2010|

This is meant to test a remoting connection with a ColdFusion back-end The ColdFsuion Code has been tested and works. Here is the cfc that I am using <cfcomponent displayName="getTest"> <!--- Establish a Flash Remoting Connection ---> <cffunction name="getTestConn" access="remote" returnType="string" output="true"> <cfreturn "....connection successful"> </cffunction> </cfcomponent> The rest is actionscript! import [...]

Flash Player Backpack!

By |2010-03-01T22:51:17+00:00March 1st, 2010|

WOW! I was reading bytearray.org today, and was stoked to see that he will be the new flash platform manerger, but this packback with the flash player, I have to have one! You can read about this over on the byte array blog, and of course you course you can see this great graphic too!