Flex formater João Saleiro - Google+ - After 6 years doing Flex, am I moving to HTML5? Short… After 6 years doing Flex, am I moving to HTML5? Short answer: no. But I'm investing in HTML5. (really) Long answer: see below. After returning from the Flex Summit, many people have contacted me asking what was going to happen with Flex and if I was going to "migrate" our projects (like ) and services to HTML5. After plenty of exchanged emails and dozens of long talks, I decided to write down and share some notes of my first steps in the HTML5 world regarding the development of Enterprise RIAs (or not). Background I founded Webfuel in 2004 and since then we've specialized in building long-term (> 6 months) enterprise-grade RIAs that had to scale well and be prepared for constantly changing requirements with a low cost in maintainability, while simultaneously providing a top-notch user experience. Worse PR ever in November 2011 In December '11 Adobe has donated Flex to Apache. Did Adobe kill Flex? We are desktop-developers-working-on-the-web Is "HTML5" ready? Knockout.js
crontab Unix systems start up the cron daemon in multi-user mode. Hence, so does Linux. The cron daemon will execute programs at predestined times. The daemon wakes up every minute and runs the commands as necessary. Files in which the time and interval to run commands are specified, as well as the commands themselves, are called crontab files. By default, either only the superuser or every user will have the right to create and maintain a crontab file (which of the two depends on the local configuration). The information in user files is often stored in memory by the daemon - therefore, when you change the user files manually, by editing them, you will need to restart the cron daemon to activate the changes. $ crontab -e to edit your personal entry. Alternately, you can use a file in your HOME directory (or another location where you have write-access) and edit this file. crontab <the-file-name> To deactivate it, use: crontab -r format of the crontab file VARIABLE=value $ at 20:00 Jul 17 2038
HTML filter By default, Flash only supports a small subset of HTML in htmlText fields Reference: Anchor tag (<a>) Bold tag (<b>) Break tag (<br>) Font tag (<font>) Image tag (<img>) Italic tag (<i>) List item tag (<li>) Paragraph tag (<p>) Text format tag (<textformat>) Underline tag (<u>) Flex-htmlFilter can be utilised to extend the HTML support of htmlText fields by enabling the use of: Unordered list tag (<ul>) Ordered list tag (<ol>) Table tag (<table>) Table row tag (<tr>) Table column tag (<td>) Table header column (<th>) Table caption tag (<caption>) Heading tags (<h1-6>) As well as this, it allows the use of some "custom" tags and some custom attributes of the above tags. See for a full list of the supported tags and attributes. Since April 16 2009, trunk contains a new version of flex-htmlfilter. However, one major change is the use of preprocessing in the code.
com - Security Domains, Application Domains, and More in ActionScript 3.0 Pages: 1 | 2 Application Domains As seen with security domains, class definitions can be isolated from one another when SWFs are in different security sandboxes, each having their own complete set of definitions to work with. This separation of class definitions (and similar definitions like functions, interfaces, and namespaces) is managed by a subdomain of security domains known as application domains. Application domains exist inside security domains While security domains sandbox for security, application domains sandbox for definition separation. Application domains work together in a linked hierarchy making them more complex than security domains which are each isolated and individualized. At the root of this hierarchy is the system domain , the application domain that contains the native definitions of the Flash Player API. New SWF domain loaded into and inherits from system domain More on inheritance is covered in the Application Domain Inheritance section. trainingapplication.swf:
Pratique d'ActionScript 3 Pratique d'ActionScript 3 s'adresse à tous les flasheurs. Cet ouvrage dresse un panorama de l'utilisation d'ActionScript 3 et de ses nouveautés, ainsi que du nouveau lecteur Flash 9. L'auteur explique au travers de nombreux exemples et cas concrets comment traiter désormais les objets, le texte, le son et la vidéo, le chargement et l'envoi de données externes (variables, XML, etc.), les sockets, etc. Certains sujets avancés et peu abordés comme les classes bas niveau ou encore Flash Remoting sont également traités. Article lu 5644 fois. A propos de l'auteur▲ Thibault IMBERT est aujourd'hui ingénieur système chez Adobe France. Il a commencé en tant que développeur Flash pour différentes agences, avant de rejoindre Regart.net comme formateur et responsable pédagogique pour toutes les formations conçernant la plate-forme Flash. Pendant son temps libre, Thibault expérimente ActionScript 3, comme en témoigne son site www.bytearray.org. Remerciements▲ Préface▲
Flash Professional Help | Graphic filters Enhanced in Flash Professional CC Each time you add a new filter to an object, it is added to the list of applied filters for that object in the Property inspector. You can apply multiple filters to an object, as well as remove filters that were previously applied. You can apply filters only to text, button, movie clip, components, and compiled clips objects. You can create a filter settings library that lets you easily apply the same filter or sets of filters to an object. With Flash Professional CS6 and earlier versions, applying filters was restricted to movie clip and button symbols only. Create or add a component on stage.Right click on the component, and select Convert to Symbol. With Flash Professional CS6 (and earlier versions), you could add filters or various other kinds of effects after wrapping the component inside a symbol. Adding Bevel filter to a Button component
Object Definitions Introduction One of the features of Nagios' object configuration format is that you can create object definitions that inherit properties from other object definitions. An explanation of how object inheritence works can be found here. I strongly suggest that you familiarize yourself with object inheritence once you read over the documentation presented below, as it will make the job of creating and maintaining object definitions much easier than it otherwise would be. When creating and/or editing configuration files, keep the following in mind: Lines that start with a '#' character are taken to be comments and are not processed Directive names are case-sensitive Characters that appear after a semicolon (;) in configuration lines are treated as comments and are not processed Retention Notes It is important to point out that several directives in host, service, and contact definitions may not be picked up by Nagios when you change them in your configuration files. Sample Configuration Files
Download file with FileReference Tuning Garbage Collection with the 5.0 Java[tm] Virtual Machine Introduction The Java TM 2 Platform Standard Edition (J2SE TM platform) is used for a wide variety of applications from small applets on desktops to web services on large servers. In the J2SE platform version 1.4.2 there were four garbage collectors from which to choose but without an explicit choice by the user the serial garbage collector was always chosen. In version 5.0 the choice of the collector is based on the class of the machine on which the application is started. This “smarter choice” of the garbage collector is generally better but is not always the best. For the user who wants to make their own choice of garbage collectors, this document will provide information on which to base that choice. When does the choice of a garbage collector matter to the user? Amdahl observed that most workloads cannot be perfectly parallelized; some portion is always sequential and does not benefit from parallelism. The serial collector will be adequate for the majority of applications. Link