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The slides that I presented at December's meeting are available here. We will not hold a meeting in January. Look for a survey email from us shortly to try to define what topics we can cover in the coming year.
As mentioned, Flash Builder 4.7 was officially released. You can request a free serial number if you own 4.5/4/6 via this form. Creative Cloud subscription members can access the new version via the Adobe Application Manager.
Adobe has also released a public preview of Adobe Scout. This was formerly known as Project Monocle, Adobe Scout is a new profiling and optimization tool for Flash Player on desktop and mobile to help you get the best performance possible. For a limited time, Adobe Scout is available as a free preview before commercial release! They also released an Adobe Gaming SDK and Flash C++ compiler. Visit http://gaming.adobe.com/getstarted/ for more information.
Also, Adobe is hosting Create Now on December 11 @ 10am. You can register at http://www.adobeeventsonline.com/createevent/
Come join the San Diego Adobe Developer User Group on Monday Nov 5th at 6pm as we present an evening of animation and interactivity.
Next we will take a brief look at create.js. Developed by Grant Skinner and team, this extension for Flash Professional allows users the ability to export their Flash animations to run solely using HTML/CSS/JS.
As always we will discuss some of the latest news and rumors in the tech world.
Hope to see you there for this animated meeting!
Meeting location: Art Institue of San Diego (South Building)7675 Mission Valley Road San Diego, CA 92108
It's finally here!
What’s new in ColdFusion 10 (article)
Getting started with RESTful web services in ColdFusion
Working with Tomcat as the built-in application server
Preview 5 introduces significant improvements to speed up the animation creation process, new on-stage tools, as well as publishing and optimization features for older browsers and lighter code output.
The ColdFusion 10 beta unveils three main themes: unrivaled developer productivity, deep enterprise integration and simple work flow with Axis2 and Microsoft Exchange server 2010, unique built-in support for HTML5 to create dynamic and interactive applications. Learn more here.
Adobe has published a white paper detailing their strategic plans for the Flash and AIR runtimes: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashplatform/whitepapers/roadmap.html
Thanks to everyone who came out to the December meeting with SDFUG! It was great to hear everyone's thoughts about the recent events.
Going forward, SDADUG and SDFUG will be co-hosting meetings and expand beyond the Flash Platform. There will still be a focus on Adobe-based solutions, but look for presentations on jQuery, Appcelerator, Scala, HTML5. As always, if you have a topic you want to talk about, let us know and we are happy to give you the podium! Also, we will try to have a few hands-on sessions.
Additionally, we are going to try to socialize up the meetings some. The first part of the meeting will be spent doing general introductions and networking. Then we will have a 'News of the Month' section, then about 7pm we will have the main presentation.
Remember, no meeting in January! We will be back in February discussing What's New in Adobe AIR 3. Hope to see you there and have a happy and safe holidays!
Adobe's bombshell this week regarding Flash has the whole development community in flux. IMHO, I had a feeling the Flash/Flex was headed towards the legacy app bin but believed that it would be a gradual process as with other legacy technologies. I don't know if there's actually a precendence for what Adobe has done but regardless, it has far reaching impacts on all of us.
Sneak Peeks from this year’s MAX have been recorded and posted on Adobe TV
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