Adobe is launching an experimental Flash-to-HTML5 conversion tool called Wallaby. The tool takes content created with Adobe’s Flash Professional and converts it to HTML5, the latest revision of the Web markup language. HTML5 is supported in most Web browsers, but, most importantly, it’s supported on Apple’s iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, where Flash is banned. Continue reading “Convert flash to html”
Being new tro the Mac, I wanted to figure out how to change a bunch of file extensions at once.I had to change a bunch of .html files to .cfm and if using the Mac. They are really just UNIX commands, so I bought the book UNIX for Mac.
Beneath Mac OS X Tiger’s easy-to-use Aqua interface lies a powerful Unix engine. Mac users know that Unix is at their fingertips, if only they knew how to access it. Learning Unix for Mac OS X Tiger provides Mac users with a user-friendly tour of the Unix world concealed beneath Mac OS X’s hood and shows how to make the most use of the command-line tools.
The next meeting for the Hawaii Flash User Group will be held on February 22 nd, 2011 at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa in the Human Nutrition, Food & Animal Sciences Building. The address is 1955 East-West Road · Honolulu, HI 96822 and the event will be held in Room 202
New to mobile development? Wondering how mobile applications are built? This presentation will walk you the entire development process of the AIR for Android application from design to deployment. Chris Griffith will show you how he designed and built the application using a variety of tools and techniques.
Chris Griffith is a Staff Engineer in the User Experience group at Qualcomm, Inc. He has over 15 years experience in developing a wide range of prototypes for a variety of clients. He currently works with the full spectrum of the Flash Platform from mobile devices to web/desktop.
He is also an Adobe Community Professional and is presently the co-manager of the San Diego Flash User Group and the Flash Catalyst Community Lead for Adobe Systems, Inc. He also has been involved with the National Science Foundation’s National Science Digital Library project. Recently he has developed several iPhone applications and Android application. He also writes for peachpit.com and O’Reilly’s InsideRIA. When he is not coding, he is either spending time with his family or out kayaking.
[Opinions and thoughts that are my own and that are not necessarily shared by the company that I work for.]
This meeting will be hosted on-line as well.
The Connect URL is http://experts.adobeconnect.com/hawaiiflash/
To RSVP for the meeting, please view on Adobe Groups Site
if you missed the meeting, here are the slides & the URL for the recording
It is best to save the pdf slides(right click save as) as they take a while to load