Posts Tagged ‘Linux’

Adobe Launched Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac, and Linux

flashplayer_165x165 You may love or hate Flash Player, but updated versions are never a bad thing. Adobe announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux. Flash Player 10.2 delivers beautiful HD video, faster graphics rendering, and high performance on mobile screens and is designed to take advantage of native device capabilities. This new version features Stage Video, a complete hardware accelerated video-pipeline to bring first-class video on all browsers as well as platforms.

The Adobe Flash Player 10.2 no longer supports Microsoft Windows 2000 and Macintosh PowerPC-based computers.


Using Debugger And Print To Debug Your ActionScript Under Linux

firebug-debugIn previous article Using Actionscript 3 to develop Adobe Flash Content On Linux(Chinese Version), we have tried to use Adobe Flex 3.0 SDK developed “hello actionscript 3″ under Linux successfully. Compared with Windows programmer, the debug for Linux programmer is more complex. Especially for these user only use the Adobe Flex 3.0 SDK, it is more difficult. But it doesn’t mean the weak function. On the contrary when you get used to Linux gdb (Flex 3.0 SDK fdg), you will find that it could following your own thinking to debugging program under Linux. Which different from the windows, you need to following the result of debugging program. Then, less nonsense. Let’s begin our travel of Debug under Linux immediately.  

The way of Linux Debug

There are generally two ways as following, we will introducing them individually: “Use debugger” and “The most primitive way: print”.


Create your interesting Air desktop application using ActionScript

adobe-airIt is an exciting news for linux Air developer that Adobe AIR for Linux has been released!

If you are tired of dull desktop and want to have relaxation in busing worktime, why not you try the following example? It is a Air desktop application with ActionScrip, A  ladybird crawling chaos everywhere. If you have interesting, reference the following example you could built a cool Air desktop application by yourself. 


CommandProxy:integrate native libraries and launch native executables from an AIR application

logoI’m using Adobe AIR and Flex only because, I wanna built my project(minidx:full-text search engine and file management system) into a AIR/Flex version.Not only a web application but also a desktop application. The Adobe® AIR™ runtime lets developers use proven web technologies to build rich Internet applications that deploy to the desktop and run across operating systems, but unfortunately, in Adobe AIR 1.0, neither the ability to launch native executables from an AIR application nor the ability to integrate native libraries into an AIR application was included.