Monthly Archives: April 2008

A Baby Step Tutorial: Creating A PV3D Cube

Objective To learn the basics of setting up the essentials in a PV3D project. To create a cube! Files Required PV3D 2.0 Alpha: Great White Framework (learn how to get it) Tutorial Files (see folder structure) Let’s Get Started! Once … Continue reading

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Gearing Up For PV3D Experiments

In view of an upcoming project, I thought it was finally time to start exploring PV3D seriously. I’m planning to record down my progress in this blog, so that it may benefit anyone who’s seeking to explore in this area … Continue reading

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AS3: Access To Stage And Root

Something useful that I wanted to blog about since my last AS3 project, but slipped my mind. Trevor McCauley (a.k.a. Senocular), had written a very useful article about the workaround to access stage and root properties for non-display object classes … Continue reading

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Was My Blog Hacked?

Got a shock when I visited this blog in the morning and found a parse error in my wp-config.php file. As far as I can remember, the last day that I edited it was when I was upgrading to WordPress … Continue reading

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code::XtremeApps::2008

It’s hard not to notice the efforts that Adobe is pushing in the local community recently. So here’s one more that adds to that list. πŸ˜€ This year’s code::XtremeApps:: is focused on extending RIAs for use on the desktop through … Continue reading

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Thanks Adobe!

For the new Flex Builder 3 Professional License! πŸ˜€ It was a simple enough contest really, to write a review of the new Flex Builder 3 and post it in the local Singapore Flex Usergroup forum. Of all the 5 … Continue reading

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