FlashDevelop is my absolute favourite actionscript code editor. It has great code hinting for actionscript and some shortcuts so you don’t need to type so much code yourself. Now it does only work on Windows (Sorry to all the Mac and Linux people), however there are work arounds to get it work on other platforms. The only trouble is that out of the box it doesn’t have any code hinting for Adobe AIR. However it’s actually very easy to setup. Just follow along this simple tutorial and you will up and running in no time.
Flash CS5.5 is great and I was lucky enough to win a copy late last year at Adobe REFRESH Singapore conference. The only trouble is that id doesn’t use the latest and greatest version of Adobe AIR. In the following tutorial I will show you how you can get the latest AIR SDK installed with Flash CS5.5.
Well it’s been quite some time since my last blog post. I’ve been really busy with a lot of stuff as well as going on holiday
Anyway this week I thought I would install Ubuntu and try and get some apps setup that I just can’t live without. One of the programs that I have been using a lot recently and really really love is Sublime Text 2. If you haven’t tried it yet, you should. It really makes my programming life easier. Plus, it’s multi-platform so you can install it on Mac, Windows and Linux.
Although this tutorial is specifically for Ubuntu users, almost all of it can be used on both Mac and Windows too.