Tags: Flash Catalyst

Creating Flex themes with Flash Catalyst

Published on: April 3, 2011
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In my book Flash Builder and Flash Catalyst; the new workflow I talk about different workflows for the different types of applications. These workflows are all good when creating a single application. But isn’t there something you could do for improving reusability of your design elements and collaborating more easily? […]

Using your own components to convert artwork in Flash Catalyst

Published on: October 31, 2010
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With the new versions of both Flash Builder “Burrito” and Flash Catalyst “Panini” you get a whole lot of new possibilities. Well, to be honest, these possibilities should have been included from the start, but unfortunately they weren’t. But it has to be said that the development teams are working […]

Creating a custom combobox using Flash Catalyst

Published on: April 16, 2010
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Comboboxes are great components, but unfortunately, at the moment you cannot create a custom combobox in Flash Catalyst by simply using the HUD or right-click menu to convert the artwork. In my book “Flash Builder and Flash Catalyst: the new workflow” ( http://www.friendsofed.com/book.html?isbn=1430228350) I created a design for an e-commerce […]

Pre-order my book

Published on: December 10, 2009
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Hey guys, I know it has been rather quiet on my site lately. The reason for this is the fact that I’m currently writing a book. Now, what is it going to be about? Some of you may know this already by reading my Twitter posts or by following my […]

Flash Catalyst bèta 2 is officially out

Published on: October 5, 2009
Categories: Flash Catalyst
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As you may have heard, at this time the Adobe MAX conference has started and one of the major things they announce is the second bèta version of Flash Catalyst. Now, what’s different in this version. At first glance you may think this is not so different from the first […]


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