Tag Archives: ActionScript

2 new apps – with rich graphics and highly engaging gameplay

Recently came across 2 new innovative apps viz, Bubble Pop! Math Challenge. These apps assist children to learn essential math skills by involving them with engaging and rewarding gameplay.

Packed with rich User Interface and superior User eXperience, the apps offer increasingly difficult levels and encourage children to master not only math skills but also improve upon speed, accuracy, concentration etc. The progress is achieved by earning at least 1 star in the current level (of total 3 stars per level) and thus unlocking the next level. At any point, score report and student progress sections help review the overall development.

The best thing is that both apps are available on iOS, Play as well as Amazon (Kindle Fire), with near identical performance across various devices. Get them here:

Highly Recommended!

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New Features in Adobe Scout CC

While we are all waiting for the CC versions to hit pretty soon, find out from this video about couple of important updates which will be packed in Adobe Scout CC

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Chase has just begun..

It has been 2 years since my last post and so much has changed over this period. It all seems like a dream come true era. All these years I have been busy managing different projects, ranging from small to large; gaming to applications; web to desktop to mobile devices; not-so-successful to successful ones! All that coupled with rapidly changing paradigms of technology has kept me and my team on toes. What has not changed is the dedication & love for ActionScript and Adobe platform as a whole, irrespective of the amount of fuss around other so-called competing technologies. Recent MAX 2013 was such a joy to witness even offline, can’t imagine the exuberant feeling of onsite attendees!

From various perspectives, it has made my belief stronger that Adobe is indeed on right way in facilitating the creative platform for millions. Flash Platform, in specific, has gone through radical innovations in last 2 years. It is now, that I feel is the right time we can say this technology on path of becoming a matured one. Of course, there is lot to prove, offer and stand-out in this jungle, but it is here to stay and grow, much bigger than suspicious brains would have imagined!

So, here it is.. I am thrilled to be able to restart blogging. And this time, I promise to myself to make it continuous, more fun and more contributive.

As the first step, I have changed the blog name to FPS, which is becoming a buzzword for content acceptability on different platforms. And have changed the theme too!

At least a post in a week, not bad 😉

Catch you guys soon.

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A great new debugger tool for Flash, Flex and Air applications

I came across a really nice debugger tool to debug flash, flex and air applications at run-time. It is De MonsterDebugger This is by far the best debugging applications I have seen. It not only allows accessing all the properties and method of the objects inside the SWF, but also permits to manipulate the values and pass parameters to inbuilt object methods and custom methods.

The native flash trace can be replaced by the trace of this application and voila… you will be really surprised to see the innovative way of displaying the trace. It also features memory consumption which allows for better optimization and have a check on garbage collection.

The best of the all is it is open source air application. Once installed, it takes less than a minute to enable your flash,flex and air applications for the debugging, using this tool. Go check it out and you will not be disappointed.

Lee Brimelow has provided a fantastic introduction session on the tool and can be accessed here.

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A headstart to AS3

There is a very useful set of slides put up by Grant Skinner, for learning ActionScript 3. There are nearly 165 slides which houses a surprisingly in-depth knowledge about the latest version of AS. Few of the topics are real charm to know. Go get it from here.

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