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How to use UIAutomation to create iPhone UI tests - What's new in O'Reilly Answers: iPhone UI tests, beautiful code, Objective-c, cloud computing, CS5, and much more.

How to use UIAutomation to create iPhone UI tests - What's new in O'Reilly Answers: iPhone UI tests, beautiful code, Objective-c, cloud computing, CS5, and much more.
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One of the more useful (from a developer standpoint) features coming in iOS 4 (formerly iPhone OS 4) is the UIAutomation tool. This lets you run an automated set of tests against an application, and test to see if they had the expected results. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, there is minimal documentation for the tool, so here's a quick walkthrough of how to use it. Read more.

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6 Tips for Creating PSDs for Flash Import

By Amy Blankenship
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Many designers creating assets for Flash create them in Photoshop, and with good reason–Flash has pretty robust tools for importing Photoshop files. The way that psds containing assets are constructed can have a lot to do with how much time...

Photoshop Turns 20: Contemplating the Future with Adobe Project Managers

Photoshop Turns 20: Contemplating the Future with Adobe Project Managers
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Photoshop Project Managers John Nack and Bryan O'Neil Hughes join O'Reilly author Deke McClelland and I for a discussion about the future of Photoshop on the 20th Anniversary of the application's release.

Announcing O'Reilly Answers - Clever Hacks. Creative Ideas. Innovative Solutions.

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We're launching the beta of O'Reilly Answers, and I'm inviting you to be part of it. In brief, O'Reilly Answers is a community site for sharing knowledge, asking questions, and providing answers that brings together our customers, authors, editors, conference speakers, and Foo (Friends of O'Reilly). O'Reilly is at the center of an amazing exchange of knowledge sharing and idea generation, and we want you to join us in changing the world by spreading the knowledge of innovators.

Creating a comboBox in Flash Catalyst Beta 2

By Chris Griffith
October 23, 2009

The latest release of Flash Catalyst Beta 2 has brought us a lot closer to having a shipping application. We now have the ability to set a host of properties for each object, easier access to skin the wireframe components, and support for video and 3D rotation. Unfortunately, we do not have a full component set available to us. The reason behind not having all the components in Flash Catalyst is due to the different component architecture used in the Flex 4 framework (Spark) versus the Halo components used in the Flex 3 framework. Until a component has been rewritten in the Spark framework, Flash Catalyst cannot use it. The most notable absence is the comboBox. In this article I will show you a simple method to recreate one by creating a custom component. It is not perfect, but it just might be able to tide you over until we have an official component from Adobe.

Photoshop For Developers

By Jesse Freeman
October 14, 2009

Advanced Flash Tactics or AFTs are techniques that come from deep within the Flash Art Of War, the oldest Flash military treatise in the world. Each AFT is designed to be quickly digested, usually only taking a few minutes to get up and running, and contains valuable information you can directly apply to your next Flash campaign. In this AFT I will go over - Photoshop for Developers.

Photoshop or Elements

By Gene McCullagh
July 13, 2009

In a previous article (I Have Lightroom. Do I Need Photoshop?) I discussed whether or not a Lightroom user needs the extra power that Photoshop affords. A few readers asked if Photoshop Elements was enough or is Photoshop the way to go. So, let's take a look at what the differences are and whether you need one or the other. Photoshop is the gold standard when discussing pixel based image editing software. It has a broad and deep set of tools that address the needs of a wide variety of users. Whether you are a designer, graphic artist, 3D modeler, filmmaker, photographer, or forensics expert there are tools for you. Of course all this power and functionality comes at a price. The current list price for Photoshop is $699.00. If you need the additional tools of Photoshop Extended then you are looking at $999.00!

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