Monthly Archives: October 2008

FDT Tip: Organising Your Imports

The simplicity of executing this shortcut does not undermine the convenience of it. 😀 This shortcut has already worked its way into my daily work flow and I can no longer code the same way as I did before, not … Continue reading

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FDT Tip: Be A Formatting King

People are different; every developer codes in a different style. Some loves the additional white space here and there, while others could not live until their curly braces sits on a new line. You name it! Back when I was … Continue reading

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Contest: Create An Application With OpenSocial

At the recent Google DevFest in Singapore, it was announced that there will be an OpenSocial application contest in the South East Asia region. The details are finally announced, so if you are ready to explore more about what the … Continue reading

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FDT Tip: Creating Working Sets

Knowing how to create working sets is key to a more manageable project space. If you’re handling more than a couple of projects, you will find this tip to be pretty helpful. 😉 First click on the little arrow down … Continue reading

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FDT Tip: Configure Your Build Path

I guess most of us, when we create a new flash project in FDT, will ignore most of the initial options that we can play with. However, knowing how to configure your build path, which separates sources and eventual compiled … Continue reading

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I’m FDT’s Official Technology Evangelist!

I don’t exactly know what to say! 😛 It was really awesome meeting the guys from Powerflasher when they came down to The ActionScript Conference. Not only did I learn a lot more about FDT, I never imagined that our … Continue reading

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