With more than twenty million dollars paid out to developers, FGL is the most important marketplace for web and mobile web gaming, so having a look at their figures can give us a clear idea of upcoming trends.
FGL publishes 3rdQ earnings: good results for native & HTML5 mobile, big deals with Unity and a Flash bounce back!! - http://t.co/LTbbgd19nv— Emanuele Feronato (@triqui)October 24, 2014
Basically, the website lets you look at data—tweets, facebook likes, emails, Instagram posts, Flickr photos, you name it—constantly being shared and traded, real-time, in three cities around the world; London, Berlin and Paris. It also gives you comprehensive information on various urban infrastructural elements, such as CCTVs and traffic lights. The point is to show that the hyper-connected reality Watch Dogs takes place in is already here, in the real world.(via Kotaku)
Using OpenData sources, WatchDogs new website WeareData shows how our cities are hyperconnected. Impressive (@Steven Aïm)
January 14th 2014
Welcome to Flash Player 12 and AIR 4! In today’s scheduled release, we’ve updated both Flash Player and AIR with new and improved functionality, important bug fixes and security updates.
Today we are introducing a new numbering scheme for our product versions. Adopting the pattern set by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, we will simply update the major version number with each subsequent release. In other words, beginning with this release, Flash Player will become Flash Player 12. With each new major release, roughly every 3 months, that number will increase by one.
This change will also apply to the AIR Runtime and AIR SDK. This release will be numbered AIR 4 and AIR SDK 4; however, with our “King” (Q2 2014) release, the version number will be synchronized with the Flash Player version at 13.
The second edition of Easy Native Extensions is out
And it’s not just one book, there are three!
Easy Native Extensions takes you through building an ANE and automating its packaging with a single click;
iOS Debugging Guide helps you debug native code and walks you through common build, packaging and runtime problems and their fixes;
iOS Data Types adds to your arsenal a library of helper functions you can use to convert almost any data type between ActionScript and iOS.
All this comes with accompanying code.
But wait, that’s not all. There is a bonus for all of you early birds out there: buy any book package and get an iOS + Android ANE Template code free by end of June 2015.
NEST is an installation created by composer Brian Irvine and filmmaker John McIlduff.
This website (built with Away3D 4.0) is an archive of selected images and sounds from the original installation and allows people all around the world to upload images and texts creating a virtual and ever-growing NEST.