Blogs

BROWSE: Most Recent | Popular Tags |

Tags > cookbook

Building an Activity Feed System with Storm

By Meghan Blanchette
April 8, 2014

Editor’s Note: The Clojure Cookbook is a recently published book by experienced Clojurists Luke VanderHart and Ryan Neufeld. It seeks to be a practical collection of tasks for intermediate Clojure programmers. In addition to providing their own recipes, Ryan and …

Respond and redirect with PHP

By Ally MacDonald
February 21, 2014

Editor’s Note: The following excerpt is from the third edition of PHP Cookbook by David Sklar and Adam Trachtenberg. For those already familiar with PHP, PHP Cookbook shows you how to overcome specific problems in your everyday work. Programmers coming …

Respond and redirect with PHP

By Ally MacDonald
February 21, 2014

Editor’s Note: The following excerpt is from the third edition of PHP Cookbook by David Sklar and Adam Trachtenberg. For those already familiar with PHP, PHP Cookbook shows you how to overcome specific problems in your everyday work. Programmers coming …

Flex 4 Cookbook $9.99 (ebook)

By Rich Tretola
June 10, 2010

The O'Reilly eBook deal of the day is the Flex 4 cookbook by Joshua Noble, Todd Anderson, Garth Braithwaite, Marco Casario, and Rich Tretola. Today Only! You can get it for only $9.99. Flex 4 Cookbook http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596805623/ Use discount...

@RIARadio Episode 15: Flex 4 Cookbook

By Garth Braithwaite
May 26, 2010

Joshua Noble and Todd Anderson, Senior Software Engineer for Infrared5, join us to discuss the Flex 4 Cookbook and other projects they are currently working on.

Summer of Flash Episode 11 - Ed Sullivan

By Garth Braithwaite
September 25, 2009

Ed Sullivan from Adobe joins us on this episode to announce the Adobe Cookbooks website upgrade. We also talk about Adobe's recent acquisition announcements (Omniture and Business Catalyst). Panel of Experts: Leif Wells and Zach Stepek. Download this week's...

Adobe Cookbook 2.0

By Rich Tretola
September 25, 2009

Adobe has announced that the brand new Adobe Cookbooks application is now live! This new Adobe Cookbook application replaces the existing individual cookbook applications that existed for Flex, AIR and Mobile. The new application still supports those technologies, and adds an additional dozen or so technologies, within a new single application.

Writing a book by competition

By Simon St. Laurent
May 19, 2009

I've worked on lots of collaborative books before. Now, I'm starting on something different: a book written by competition.

Hacking Primes in Mathematica

By Mike Loukides
May 10, 2009

If this is too esoteric, skip it. I couldn't figure out anywhere else to put it. This morning, Tim Bray tweeted about a post on prime numbers and Benford's law. To cut the esoterica short, one of the big problems in prime numbers is that people don't know how they're distributed. This post suggests that Benford's Law describes the distribution...

Developing Mashup Air Apps: Consuming Twitter APIs

By Marco Casario
March 18, 2009

Excerpted from Chapter 18 of the Adobe AIR 1.5 Cookbook. Mashup applications are based on the possibility of consuming remote data sources, and to create one, you need a good understanding of the APIs available. AIR offers even greater possibilities for creating mashup applications and widgets. With AIR, you can go beyond all the sandbox security of the browser and add advanced features to the application to interact with the file system or local storage with SQLite. This chapter demonstrates how to integrate the Flickr, Yahoo Maps, and Twitter web services to create desktop mashup applications with AIR.

Developing Mashup Air Apps: Yahoo Maps Web Services

By Marco Casario
March 10, 2009

Excerpted from Chapter 18 of the Adobe AIR 1.5 Cookbook. Mashup applications are based on the possibility of consuming remote data sources, and to create one, you need a good understanding of the APIs available. AIR offers even greater possibilities for creating mashup applications and widgets. With AIR, you can go beyond all the sandbox security of the browser and add advanced features to the application to interact with the file system or local storage with SQLite. This chapter demonstrates how to integrate the Flickr, Yahoo Maps, and Twitter web services to create desktop mashup applications with AIR.

Developing Mashup Air Apps: Consuming Flickr Web Services

By Marco Casario
March 10, 2009

Excerpted from Chapter 18 of the Adobe AIR 1.5 Cookbook. Mashup applications are based on the possibility of consuming remote data sources, and to create one, you need a good understanding of the APIs available. AIR offers even greater possibilities for creating mashup applications and widgets. With AIR, you can go beyond all the sandbox security of the browser and add advanced features to the application to interact with the file system or local storage with SQLite. This chapter demonstrates how to integrate the Flickr, Yahoo Maps, and Twitter web services to create desktop mashup applications with AIR.

Announcing Adobe AIR 1.5 Cookbook

By Rich Tretola
November 16, 2008

Adobe AIR 1.5 Cookbook--New from O'Reilly Solutions and Practical Examples from Rich Internet Application Developers Sebastopol, CA--Buzz continues to build over the release of Adobe AIR 1.5. And O'Reilly's latest, "Adobe AIR 1.5 Cookbook ($44.99)--the first book available on Adobe...

O'Reilly contest winners for Adobe AIR Cook-off contest

By Rich Tretola
October 29, 2008

Yes, we have winners! It's our pleasure to announce the winners of the Adobe AIR Cook-off contest: Greg Jastrab, Jeff Tapper, and Jamie Kosoy. Well done, contestants! Here's a rundown on who won what: Grand Prize - "Migrating Serialization Changes...

Win a pass to MAX!

By Rich Tretola
September 10, 2008

Attention AIR developers, if you haven't yet contributed to the AIR cookbook, it is not too late. You could still contribute and win a fantastic prize. The deadline for entries is September 26, 2008. To contribute please visit http://www.adobe.com/devnet/air/?navID=cookbook

Get Published in the AIR Cookbook

By David Tucker
June 17, 2008

There are a couple of great new resources for new or aspiring AIR developers: the online AIR Cookbook and the upcoming AIR Cookbook published by O'Reilly which will be coming out later this year. The great thing with both of these resources is that they both need community involvement!

The AIR Cookbook - Technical Editors Needed

By David Tucker
June 5, 2008

Just as the Flex cookbook gave the community a great way to get involved with an O'Reilly book, the Adobe AIR Cookbook will give just as many opportunities. Over the next weeks I will be giving all of you many ways that you can get involved with this book. Right now, we are looking for technical editors.


1 to 17 of 17
The Watering Hole