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The new edition of Coca-Cola Festival is using Flare3D again to allow Facebook’s users to create their own Festival’s look. The game was made by 101º Macaco and it’s now available in Coca-Cola’s website.
The Apache Flex project, the all-volunteer group of developers, and stakeholders in the development framework, today announced the release of Apache Flex 4.10.0. This release makes some important improvements over previous versions of Apache Flex and Adobe Flex.
“We are seeing interest in the Flex development framework increase rapidly. There have been more than a half a million page views in the past 6 months, more than 9000 downloads of the Flex SDK in the past 3 months, and around 130,000 unique visitors to the flex.apache.org website. Since the initial release of Apache Flex at the end of 2012, the interest in the project has grown steadily,” said OmPrakash Muppirala, committer and member of the Apache Flex PMC.
Apache Flex 4.10.0 highlights include:
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What Color Is This? from Nico Troia:
It was built primarily to learn the platform and to create a simple mobile framework for myself. The app is called What Color Is This? and it utilizes CameraRoll and CameraUI to load pictures, count pixels, and display a name result!
Source code is available online on Github.
Adobe Animate CC allows the use of Typekit fonts in an assortment of project types; animations, rich ads, mobile apps, web interactives, and more. Typekit is flexible, in that certain fonts are useable only on the web as live web fonts – while other fonts can be used both on the web and as installed desktop fonts. If you have a standard Creative Cloud subscription, this includes access to the Typekit service.
As you probably know, the latest Adobe Flash Player is available on Linux only via Google Chrome (it’s bundled with it) while other browsers such as Firefox are stuck with an old 11.2 version.
The Adobe Flash Player plugin that’s bundled with Google Chrome is in the form of a PPAPI (or Pepper Plugin API) plugin and Mozilla isn’t interested in adding support for it. Because of this, Rinat Ibragimov has developed Fresh Player Plugin, a wrapper that allows Linux users to use Pepper Flash from Google Chrome in Firefox and other NPAPI-compatible browsers.