Ben Forta presents ColdFusion Powered Flex and Scorpio (CF8)

On 6th of November staff will present a new event about Ajax, ColdFusion, Flex2, Flash Remoting and more. The speakers will be: Community Service Essays For College Ben Forta, Vince Bonfanti, Charlie Arehart and Giorgio Natili.
In particular Ben Forta will present all the new features of ColdFusion 8 (codename Scorpio, planned for released mid-2007) and its integration with Flex2.

business plan writers in birmingham al These are the other seminars:

  • AJAX & CFML Applications
  • Accessibility & AJAX
  • CFML Developement on .NET & J2EE platform
  • Flex Data Services & Coldfusion – CF8 sneaks
  • Coldfusion debug; Flex, Ajax& Flash Remoting with Fusion Debug
  • FusionReactor

The event will be in Rome at the Ritz hotel.
For more info visit the event page at

Flash Professional 8 FLVPlayback 1.0.1 Component Update nokia siemens master thesis This update provides fixes for problems related to SMIL support in the initial release of the FLVPlayback component. It also addresses some issues related to streaming from the Flash Media Server and Flash Video Streaming Service (FVSS) partners as well as some minor issues related to using custom UI controls. Anyone working with the FLVPlayback components should apply this update. Installation instructions are included with the download in the Readme file.

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Flash Media Server 2 Available

Macromedia has released Flash Media Server 2.
Also in this version there’s a free developer edition available: this will make happy a lot of users that was afraid because the old news about FMS 2 wasn’t speaking about a free edition 🙂
You can read the Press release, watch the product page or read the the comments of Stefan Richter.

Flash Media Server 2 public beta

“Welcome to the Macromedia Flash Media Server 2 Public Beta. This public beta is a pre-release version of the next major release of the Flash Communication Server. It is made available on a limited basis* for developers to familiarize themselves with the new features and functionality of the product as well as to enable them to test their applications and ensure they function correctly.

This release is available for Windows Server 2000 and Windows Server 2003. The Linux version of Flash Media Server will be available when the product is released. See the System Requirements on the “Download & Feedback” tab below. Please let us know as soon as possible if you encounter any issues.”

With these words Macromedia announced Flash Media Server 2 public beta. You can download it from and try new features!