For the first time ever, all of the "Sneak Peeks" from this year’s MAX have been recorded and posted on Adobe TV! Many people say the sneak peeks are always the best part of going to MAX! If you weren’t at MAX you can now check them all out! You won’t want to miss Image Deblurring, Rubbadub, Local Layer Ordering, Video Meshes, and of course Monocle and Reverse Debugging. :)
Didn't make it to the Adobe MAX conference this year? You can now view all the sessions and keynote presentations online! Visit http://max.adobe.com/online/
Some of my personal favorites included:
Left to right: Troy Hahn, Mary Hahn, Julie Faircloth, John Hartley
Hi Everyone, AMMUG will resume normal meeting times now that summer semester has ended.
The next meeting will be August 25th at 11AM. Location to be determined. Reserving conference rooms seems a bit challenging at the moment.
Topics: MAX 2011 Travel Arrangements. Show and tell, and going over the new Adobe Educational teaching packages
Win up to $130,000 for your Adobe AIR app for Sony Tablet!
Join Adobe and Sony for a webinar to learn about the exciting opportunities to bring innovative apps to Sony Tablet devices, including the just announced Adobe® AIR® App Challenge, Sponsored by Sony. Adobe and Sony are challenging developers, agencies, and content creators to build breakthrough apps for the upcoming "Sony Tablet" devices using Adobe AIR 3 and Adobe® Flash® tools. Enter for a chance to win $200,000 in total cash prizes, premium promotion on Sony Tablet devices, conference passes and paid travel to Adobe MAX, and more prizes. In the webinar you'll learn about the unique features of the Sony Tablet S1 and Sony Tablet S2, as well as how you can be one of the first to gain prerelease access to the tablets, the latest version of Adobe AIR runtime and tools and other benefits.
Adobe MAX 2011 October 1–5 Los Angeles Convention Center and Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE Los Angeles, California
There are huge discounts if you register before the end of the month! -- email me if you want to know more.
WordPress supports an automatic relocation method that will figure out and update those values for you automatically. This method is intended to be a quick assist to getting a site working when relocating a site from one server to another.
To use it:
1. Edit the wp-config.php file.
2. After the "define" statements, add this new one:
3. Go to the wp-login.php page in a web browser.
4. Login as per normal.
When the RELOCATE flag is set to true, the Site URL (NOT the home setting) will be automatically updated to whatever path you are using to access the login screen. This will get the admin section up and running on the new URL, but it will not correct any other part of the setup. Those you will still need to alter manually.
Scott Fegette introduces the new auto-align feature in BrowserLab, a powerful tool that automatically aligns screenshots to a specific point of the page, to zero-in on discrepancies between browsers.