In today’s “Flash Tool of the Week”, we are going to share a functional Flash software—SWF Decompiler. Like the name mentioned, the software is capable of decompiling, debugging, checking and viewing SWF & ActionScript structure.
This week, the Flash tool we are going to share is FlashDevelop—a free and open source code editor for every Flash devs. It is one of the most frequently used tools for Flash development.
According to the research of Flash game market 2011, after AS3, FlashDevelop is the most popular tools preferred by 52.3% of all developers. It is a fast and easy to use tool for Flash users.
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In the last post, we’ve shared the first part of Flash game market survey stats; today, we are going to post the 2nd part. This part of stats mainly focused on Flash game devs & pubs, their mobile strategy, Flash game websites income and etc.
Mobile market is undergoing a rapid development in the recent years. The success of Angry Birds in last year proves the huge potential strength contained in mobile market. The trend also brings great impact on Flash game development. So what’s the devs & pubs’ response to the trend? Are they going to keep up with the date?
Flash has a significant role, it solves a problem and it makes our lives better. In the multimedia world, Flash enables developers to make interactivity and pleasing animations for games, banners, advertisements and etc. On the other hand, as the programming language of Flash, ActionScript is used on web pages in the form of embedded SWF files. Both are used for anything from artistic animation to producing business applications.
Flash News of the Week—Adobe Promises to Patch Vulnerability of Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash Pro
After a complaint from outraged users and security experts alike, Adobe has changed direction and promised to provide free patches for older versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash Professional to close eight critical vulnerabilities. The company didn’t specify when the free updates would be available for users.
“You’ve been the greatest mother to me
Teaching me many things that others never see
And so I write to you this very day
That The Lord may bless you in every way”
Mother is always the dearest and sweetest person in our life. She is the best blessing by Almighty God! As you grow to a man, have you ever notice the wrinkles on her face? Have you ever realize her back is bending? Have you ever see the trace left by time on her?
“Flash Stats of the Week” is another column of Sothink Blog. We are going to pick up any stats about Flash from internet in this column and share with our readers each week. We hope the stats are useful and practical information to your work, research, decision or anything else.
So without further ado, we are going to share the first post about Flash game market stats. We hope to give you a general and brief look about Flash game industry in the last year; so you can learn something for your own business. The second part of the article will be release next week.
May 7, 2012, Adobe Systems Incorporated announced the immediate availability of Adobe Creative Suite 6 software. The CS6 product line includes powerful new releases of Photoshop, InDesign, lllustrator, Dreamweaver, Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Flash Professional and other products as well as four suite versions – Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium; Creative Suite 6 Design Standard; Creative Suite 6 Production Premium; and Creative Suite 6 Master Collection.
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