Monthly Archive:: August 2008

Janus Symbian Engine now open source!

Janus Symbian Engine, the custom made extension that will help you improve Flash Lite functionalities, has become an open source project! You can simply head to the official page here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/janussymbianeng/ Janus Symbian Engine, the custom made extension that will help you improve Flash Lite functionalities, has become an open source project! You can simply head

Make ILOG elixir charts accessible

During the last 360|Flex at San Jose I have had the opportunity to talk about Flex and Accessibility. One of the samples I worked on is the exposure of the information stored inside the Organization Chart  to the screen reader. The experience was amazing for me because the ILOG elixir charts source code is well

Flex and Dictionary class

Today I have had the opportunity to play a lot with Flex and the Dictionary class. In ActionScript 2.0 when i needed something very simple to hold my data, I used pure Objects or their subclasses with bunch of methods, now we have more specialized class for this – flash.utils.Dictionary. The Dictionary class lets you

360|Flex and Accessibility of ILOG Elixir charts

During this month we’ll be in San Jose for the 360|Flex, during the presentation we’ll talk about the accessibility of the Flex Framework and we’ll eplore how to create an accessible custom component. The presentation will be on Flex and Accessibility with a practical demo of how to make ILOG Elixir component accessible for impaired

ActionScript 3.0 binary data

In the last months I have had the opportunity to play with this kinds of things in two real projects. The first opportunity was to play with music and to create some nice effects that reacts to the music, the second one was the creation of an AIR widget for the ftp of large files

J2ME Guide – Part 8

As is well known, the number of devices on the market, and their features, are growing continuously; every now and then a new mobile phone or a PDA is launched on the market. At first, a mobile phone was employed just to make and to receive voice calls. Now, our device is a powerful object