Class and package names are generated form your library folder structure. With one simple click your library is ready for export. Saves you the effort of right clicking on the library item going to properties, ticking the ‘export’ checkbox and typing in the package/class name.
Version 2 is packed with a rich interface split into two sections, namely: Selector and Classer. The Selector section automatically selects all the library items that match your criteria. Choose from MovieClips, Bitmaps, Sounds, Fonts or Buttons. Once you are happy with your selection of library items, you simply use the Classer section to automatically insert class, base class and tick the ‘export’ checkbox.
I somehow feel responsible for my RSS readers and my Index page. E.g. I don’t want to spread out trivialities but I’ve got a section which is covering these topics. So I thought of how I can keep posting minor important stuff without bothering my readers.
Among other things you can declare posts in any category to be hidden from – well – anything. May it be RSS, your sitemap, your index-page, search-results, archives and whatever you could imagine.
Though this is not exactly what I was looking for (because I want set these options for each post, not a complete category) but it does it’s job. I’ve set up posts in Trivialities to be not sent to my RSS feed and to not appear on the index-page.
Et voilá, it worked – I’ve posted an article and nobody did notice. :)
Thibault Imbert (@thibault_imbert) just came up with a really interesting helper class to easily record your microphone input via AS3. Thibault used the new Microphone Object which comes along with the Flash Player Version 10.1 – so having a look at the code is a good start to get in contact with it. You can check out everything on ByteArray.org.
I’ve tried it quickly and have to say: Chapéu, it works fine, is set up in a second and is well written. Yet only a WAV encoding is supported but it shouldn’t be a big deal to include others, stay tuned!
Recently I’ve benchmarked the difference between a multi- and a procedural-loading. I’ve taken images with a size ranged between 500kb and 1mb. Here are the results…
|multiload||619 ms||2821 ms||6253 ms||17189 ms|
|procedural||488 ms||2545 ms||6153 ms||16260 ms|
…and here are the source files. The zip file is without any images!
Wow, somebody thought somewhere that somehow the Google Analytics interface could become somewhat more trendy. And this thought also included making it available from Desktop. Smart idea and even smarter AIR-Application that Desktop Reporting has developed. These guys made it possible to provide you with even more detailed information than the GA-Interface does for pretty intermediate users. Starting with cool animations showing progresses up to detailed map-overlays and charts. It’s worth a try! You can check it out here: Desktop Reporting for Google Analytics.
Mr.Doob’s open source class “Hi-ReS! Stats” allows you to easily get these information with only one single-lined code. An awesome class I just wanted to pay tribute to. :)