I feel kinda bad to be calling this dirty, but mind you, I’m only using dirty as an expression, as it’s freaking sweet.
I know I’m a bit late on this one, but yesterday Adobe released AIR 1.5.1 with a few bug fixes and one “_minor-albeit useful-new feature.” as they say.
Well, I’ve never publicly done this before, as I though it was a little too personal, but this year I decided to try it.
Just a quick post to say that I have
10 7 dropbox invites I’m willing to give to anyone able to tell me why I should give it away.
|_Book reviewer Marcos Placona||Publisher: Packt. Author(s): Jonathan Chaffer and Karl Swedberg_|
“Learning jQuery” is a great complement to jQuery’s official documentation, having a nice and clean structure all the times within the book
The chapters are:
This is a very quick and dirty example of how to treat links on your blog / website using JQuery.
As some of you know, one of my hobbies is electronics with micro controller usage, and I happen to use an electronics forum a lot when I’m losing hair excessively.
I’m just studying a little bit of Flex and Action Script 3. Basically to be able to build some tiny gadgets using Apollo.
They finally made it! Adobe just released the Flash Player for Linux.
Now Linux users can deploy apps using the free Adobe Flex® 2 Software Developers Kit (SDK), Adobe Flash Player 9 and Flex Data Services 2 Express.
All this for free… nothing… nada… niente!
So if you’re using Linux, it’s a must to go to www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayerlinux and download it now!