Great set of tips over at Activetuts+ on how to squeeze extra performance out of Flash.
Nice tutorial on multidimensional arrays on Michael James Williams’ site and a very interesting post on speedy 2d Arrays/Vectors in AS3 on alecmce.com.
Awesome work (and a great trip down memory lane).
Old (in internet years I guess) but great article on error handling in AS3.
Flash Builder 4 Compiler arguments
TDD in Flash Builder 4
Creating a Flex Mojos Project from an Archetype
How to build a simple Flex project using Maven
Communicating between SWFs and across domains
List of Flex Compiler Arguments across versions
How -omit-trace-statements Works… Or Does NOT…
Dispatching Custom Events
Passing Arguments with Events
The Event Meta Tag in Actionscript 3 and Flex Builder
Singleton classes in AS3
Google have updated the ActionScript 3 library for Google Analytics.
This link is very useful in working out the changes in Android Flash Player, although a proper change log somewhere would be nice Adobe. Also, I think because I was using the default version of Flash that came with Android it didn’t offer to auto-update or indicate if/when a new version of Flash Player was available (whereas it now offers me that option now that I’ve searched and downloaded the latest version).
How is the average Joe supposed to realise he/she hasn’t the latest version of the plug-in installed?!? This is important, especially given the fixes that have apparently been made in the recent 10.1 minor releases.
If I visit playerversion.com in my HTC Desire Z’s Froyo browser it tells me I’m running “FL 10,1,123,425″, but when I navigate to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > All > Adobe Flash Player 10.1 it tells me it’s version “10.1.92.10″.
I’m still relatively new to Android so this isn’t making immediate sense to me; either playerversion.com‘s JS need adjusting or there are two versions of the Flash player on my Android device. Or something else?!?
Edit 2: This Flash-based test mirrors the above; that the minor version I’m running is “123″.