Where the hell is my SWF?Flash

by Kuneri on 27/04/2006 with Comments Off on Where the hell is my SWF? comments

Have you ever wondered how many people have seen your flash content? Do you think it is possible to track it down using your classical web counter or tracking system? What if people start to download and distribute it from their own servers? If you share these question marks and wonder how you could handle …

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Want S60 themes?Design, Graphics, S60, Tutorials

by Kuneri on 26/04/2006 with 2 comments

Do it yourself! Nokia forum released PhotoShop template for S60 themes. You can personalize your theme or create your own themes and publish them for all. There is also an updated visual guide on how to create themes for S40 and S60 devices. Thats great to see that kind of resources around. I think there …

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FlashLite todayFlash Lite

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At least once a month, there is someone complaining why FlashLite player is "sold" but not distributed "free" by Adobe (check comments here). I am trying to tell the reasons as far as I got the impression from Adobe`s actions and interpretted in my mind considering my perspective to the market. Appearently Alessandro of biskero …

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Tips for flipping elements in FlashLite for gamesFlash Lite, Games

by Kuneri on 20/04/2006 with Comments Off on Tips for flipping elements in FlashLite for games comments

I follow Aniway`s blog for sometime. It is a very good blog to follow, due that it is mostly about their experiences on producing games. Thats is a unique and very important information in my opinion. Their last post some days ago is : Flipping graphics in Flash Lite. They mentioned some problem about flipping …

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Flashlite Friday DigestFlash Lite

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There is a series of FlashLite digests going on for 5 weeks. Every friday, people in FlashLite world summarize the week and list the best links for this digest. It is very nice idea and easy way to catch up the week, if you missed somehow. Here is the 5th week, hosted by Dale. You …

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Business model for FlashLiteFlash Lite

by Kuneri on 19/04/2006 with Comments Off on Business model for FlashLite comments

Back from a comparably long easter holiday, there is an interesting discussion about FlashLite business model on Marco`s blog. Marco`s considerations and the points Bryan mentions are worth to read. These may give some ideas to developers and entrepreneurs interested in FlashLite business.

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Tips for debugging FlashLiteFlash Lite

by Kuneri on 13/04/2006 with Comments Off on Tips for debugging FlashLite comments

As you may already know, debugging doesnt work with FL, as it works for Flash development. I came across to this post in Marco`s blog. He mentions a post from device54, which might be handy for those, missing to debug for FL.

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igdaDies & Das, Games

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Ok, I mentioned igda (International Game Developers Association) in my last post, so felt like writing about it more. I found igda yesterday while searching for FlashLite related material in Finland using google. I am very glad to find this site, its really a great source for game designers all over the world. Worths to …

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The Games GameGames

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Here is an interesting article "The Games Game" by Tom Sloper from IGDA. He gives tips about how to slide to game designing from a customer support position for an anonymous reader. People passionate about becoming a designer (not necessarily game design), but currently dealing with another job usually have this syndrome, and Tom mentions …

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Here we go!Dies & Das

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Kuneri blog is the official blog of kuneri.net by Ugur Kaner. It's a technology news and resource blog on mobile trends, Adobe (macromedia) Flash and Flash Lite, Symbian S60, multimedia and graphical design, user experience related subjects and photography. Wow! Thats way too serious for me! Anyway.. Here we go!

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