Interactive: Capitaland 10 Years

Hello all. It’s already March in 2010. How you guys doing? hope you’re doing good as we’re doing good too.

Recently we’ve collaborated with from to accomplish task given, creating interactivity for Capitalan 10 Years Anniversary. The Flash page has touch-screen-alike interactivity, with iPhone-drag alike + horizontal + vertical gesture. It also integrated with XML which will pull all those data of course.

Check out the interactivity at

Wishing all readers a good day! Happy Working.

I wonder how this interactivity react on table šŸ˜€ For fuzzyclock, this is all I have to show fuzzyclock rather than a basic readout, my os x menu bar displays the current time in a human readable fashion a It is powered by mobile phone spy the a5 chip with 512mb ram

March 3rd, 2010 by sabau Posted in Uncategorized |

What happen if Safari in iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch able to runs Flash

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Being the Interactive Content Developer, we can’t help but to drop our jaw when we saw the newly announced iPad. Superbly awesome but it can’t run Flash. And that blue legos apparently stir up conversation in the internets about Flash. Simply said, Adobe VS Apple.

From my perspective, I personally think Apple wouldn’t want to put Flash Player because they’re totalitarian.

totalitarianĀ |tōĖŒtaliĖˆte(ə)rēən|adjectiveof or relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the stateĀ :Ā atotalitarianĀ regime.nouna personĀ advocatingĀ suchĀ a system of government.

By that, I mean all iPods need to use iTunes to connect. And if you’re going to play games, you need to download from Appstore. And when you download from AppStore, either you can play free games that usually limited ( some free games are awesome anyway ) or unlock the fun for just 0.99 USD.

Just a mere dollar.

Now if Safari in iPhone /iPad/iPod Touch would be able to run Flash, I can think that users would simply type ‘Miniclip’ or googled Free Flash game site, and have it run on their browser. Heck if I get myself an iPhone later, the first thing I wanted to play is . And by doing that, Apple could lost millions of potential-game-purchaser and would harm their selling.

Still I think Flash Player would not make it into the iPhone.

Recently , a mobile advertising company. Apple were set to reinvents mobile advertising. As it may controls their device to feed ‘only Quattro-coded-ads’ this is another totalitarian act, to kill Google Ads. If it were happen Safari in iPhone could run Flash, it already run the ads, like Advertlets or Nuffnang anyway. (famous Malaysia advertising network)

This April, I wonder if Flash CS5 that will be put on shelves, that enabling developers to publish their Flash as native iPhone Apps will help in the fight to put Flash Player in Safari. Maybe yes or maybe not. But with this way, customer also could see of what Flash could deliver to iPhone and at this point, it’s important for Flash Developer not to screw things up. After all, there’s staggering h. iPhones become so hot that average Joe wanted Flash in it.

Again, Safari in those devices would not get a Flash Player. It will be a double-edge sword perhaps for Apple anyways. People might buy more iPhones but wouldn’t want to download apps anymore. Maybe.

To summarize and to add, having Flash in Safari would

  1. Possibility of lower sales of games and apps.
  2. More ads being displayed with Flash, and owning Quattro by Apple would be meaningless and against their Totalitarian concept
  3. Drain iPhone batteries ( as always they said anyway :p )

Looking at the Apple history, they created USB, they throw the Floppy. And it’s not impossible for them to kill Flash too. If all things fails, I’d say Flash will be dead in 10 years, for Malaysia, it mean 15 years (joke intended šŸ˜› ) Currently some of the weapons that Adobe has is Open Screen Project by collaborating with several device makers including Nokia & Google/Android. Don’t forget the emerging other devices too, like Google Nexus One. For me, the Google Maps Navigation making me salivating to buy Nexus One.

10 or 15 years are still long to go, but have to be prepared. This is surely, a challenge for us too :)

UPDATE: Adobe AIR for mobile announced 15 February. . In the wise words of gandalf, all we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us a It comes with the following components murata 339s0171 wi-fi, same as the iphone 5

February 16th, 2010 by sabau Posted in Uncategorized |

Let’s Try Masak!

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Check out our new Flash Game developed for TryMasak.my

You need to register to play. Click here to play .

And lookie lookie what we experimented below šŸ˜‰

The dialog at the end just a frequent joke that iPhone can’t play Flash :p That is Nokia Xpress Music Touch. a So too does every writing service our forum bit of research conducted on the subject by professionals in medicine, cognition, and learning theory

July 23rd, 2009 by sabau Posted in Uncategorized |

Adobe ColdFusion 9 and ColdFusion Builder Public Betas Now Available

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KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA ā€” July 14, 2009 –Ā  Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the public betas of AdobeĀ® ColdFusionĀ® 9 and ColdFusionĀ® BuilderĀ® software.

Cold Fusion 9, a powerful development technology for building dynamic Web sites and Internet applications, increases developer productivity, integrates with complex enterprise environments and delivers rich and interactive experiences for users. ColdFusion Builder is a new Eclipse based integrated development environment (IDE) used for rapidly developing ColdFusion applications.

ColdFusion developers can now utilize greater integration with the AdobeĀ® FlashĀ® Platform, a complete system of integrated tools, frameworks, clients and servers for the development of Web applications, content and video that runs consistently across operating systems and devices.

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July 19th, 2009 by sabau Posted in Uncategorized |

Learning from the experts : Photoshop CS3

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On Monday 26th May, i was invited by Anne from PPM Technology & Communications to the Photoshop CS3 2-hour workshop at . I’m no photoshop experts. i just use what i know but I’m very happy to learn something absolutely new that i don’t try it before.

The instructor is Stephanie Wong, a Certified Expert and Instructor at Teras One Solution.Ā  Among the invitees are Mixter from and Brandon form . the topics that she teach is Quick Selection, Smart Filters, Vanishing Point 2 and merging photos. I never knew there was a Vanishing Point 1 perhaps and that merging photos is not a typical merge. it’s very useful.

Quick Selection tool is a tool like the Magic Wand, just that it’s more clever, you just have to drag it. Well i think most of us know what is Magic Wand for. Quick Selection is for us to select the part of images. Oh another shortcut key that I’ve learnt, is the use of ‘ [ ‘ and ‘ ] ‘ to increase the brush size. Every pixel that you touch with Quick Selection tool, it will be selected.

Next is Smart Objects & Smart Filter. This is totally something new for me. If Stephanie didn’t teach this, im very sure im still using the old traditional method, do-see the results-not satisfied and do it again-thingy. So first is Smart Objects. It was introduced in Photoshop CS2. Smart Objects preserve an image’s source content with all its original characteristics, enabling you to perform nondescontructive editing to the layer. Cut it short, it’s like the Movie Clip in Flash. .

As for smart filter, remember the days what we have to apply the filter, undo-it and then, re-apply the filter to suit our configurations? With Smart Filters, no need to go through complex process again. if it doesn’t suit your needs and you need some tweak, you just need to click at Smart Filter layer at Layer Panel. .

Next is vanishing Point. All the time before this, I have to press ctrl or alt to control the ending points of the picture and to make it follow the perspective. vanishing points make it a lot easier. you define the 4 points of the plane/perspective area and then, tweak the point till it suits you. Again I was amazed. there was so many things i missing in using photoshop. I’m not an avid learner to seek for tutorials but I’ve just found this .

And lastly, Stephanie teach us how to merge photos. this is not a simple merge. This totally blown me away. With auto align layer, you just need to import your chosen picture, select the layers and then, click Edit>auto-align layers. After that, start masking it. . In the same category, is a Photomerge tool. Now amateur photographers can say bye-bye to wide lenses. with your shaky hands, you still able to do great panoramic pictures of the places. here ‘s the .

Well that’s the new stuff i found out and at least i’m very lucky before CS4 will be published. Please make use of things that i share here. Practice makes perfect :) There are lots of categories to cover just about any income, including incidental, unplanned income, like lottery winnings or cash gifts a With every critical dimension of your child’s education that is replaced by another session of test that forum preparation, a part of his or her childhood is lost to boredom and disenchantment

May 28th, 2008 by sabau Posted in Uncategorized |