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Adobe is developing a tool called codename (“Wallaby”). Wallaby is a tool to convert the Flash .fla files in HTML. After the conversion of the file you can change the content in any HTML Editor.
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Adobe has launched Adobe Flash Builder 4 beta, formerly known as Adobe Flex Builder, Flex 4 SDK beta, and Adobe Flash Catalyst(Interaction design tool).
Flex SDK has been focused on following:

  • Design in Mind
  • Developer Productivity
  • Framework Evolution
  • Flash Builder 4 has been focused on following:

  • Designer/developer workflow
  • Data-centric development
  • IDE productivity and testing
  • Adobe Flash Catalyst:

  • Adobe Flash Catalyst is for create rapidly application without coding. Any body who knows only (Flash, Photoshop, or Illustrator) they can also create a application using Flash catalyst. You can easily transform your Photoshop or Illustrator file in working application.
  • Here are the link for download the followings tools:

    I was just looking of the Flex4(Gumbo) language reference. There are several major improvement in gumbo. One of them is Spark Effect. Spark effects can be applied to any component(halo, spark) and graphical components(Rectangle, Ellipse, and path).  Spark effect gives visual effect over the target component. This is really looking interesting for add some good animation on flex application. Earlier it was difficult…

    <?xml version=”1.0″?>
    <!– behaviors\SparkXFormRotateMove.mxml –>
    <FxApplication xmlns=”http://ns.adobe.com/mxml/2009″&gt;
    <Declarations>
    <Parallel id=”parallelRMForward”
    target=”{myImage}”>
    <AnimateTransformRotate
    angleBy=”180″/>
    <AnimateTransformMove
    xBy=”100″
    yBy=”100″/>
    </Parallel>
    <Parallel id=”parallelRMBack”
    target=”{myImage}”>
    <AnimateTransformRotate
    angleBy=”180″/>
    <AnimateTransformMove
    xBy=”-100″
    yBy=”-100″/>
    </Parallel>
    </Declarations>
    <FxButton label=”Play Effect Forwar”
    x=”10″ y=”10″
    click=”parallelRMForward.end();parallelRMForward.play();”/>
    <FxButton label=”Play Effect Backwar”
    x=”150″ y=”10″
    click=”parallelRMBack.end();parallelRMBack.play();” />
    <Image id=”myImage”
    x=”10″ y=”50″
    source=”@Embed(source=’asset/fx.jpg’)”/>
    </FxApplication>

  • http://blogs.adobe.com/flexdoc/pdfs/sparkEffects.pdf

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    • Ratnabharati: Thanks. Its working fine now. I have mailed you three queries on ur gmail...!! Please guide me whenever you get time.
    • Ratnabharati: Thanks Keshaw, Currently, I am trying to build a small application in Flex. However, I am facing an issue while debugging my file. I will send you
    • Keshawkumar: Hi Ratna, In flex architecture, you can use containers and component whatever you needed. Like if you want to show a image then take a image compon

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