Flash Lite Friday Digest is a condensed and organized set of links that help users to get a weekly overview on Flash Lite mobile world. This week issue of Flash Lite Friday Digest starts with two great articles on Flash Lite 2 :
Tim came back blogging and he explain why many people are still trying to write off J2ME and companies like Everypoint are interesting in that they are providing viable solutions for real time mobile content delivery. He thinks it also requires us to revisit some Flash Lite vs J2ME comparisons. So in order to have a reply to his last question "What's this mean for FlashLite and FlashCast?" you have to read the full post : Flash Lite / Flash Cast alternatives.
On this topic I wrote a post about an interesting emerging technology by Openwave : Openwave MIDAS (Mobile Integrated Dynamic Application System), that in practise, is a scripted application environment that lets operators manage the device UIs of their subscribers, including pushing new applications to the phones out there. Could it be a Flash Lite / Flash Cast competitor ?
Richard Legget from the last London MMUG randomly selected the winner from his mobile phone with a very simple little Flash Lite 1.1 app at the end of the night ! From his blog you can download this funny application and modify it to be the next winner ! :)
I love the concept behind Carnival of the Mobilists. It's a compact weekly overview of the most important mobile news and happenings. I want to inspire from that :) and do the same for Flash Lite. So here it is my first number of Flash Lite Friday Digest.
Flash Lite Friday Digest is a condensed and organized set of links that help users to get a weekly overview on Flash Lite mobile world !
Let's start from the Adobe's announcement of the final Flash Lite 2 Update for Flash 8 Professional . Once you download the update you're ready to start developing so you could evaluate to create Flash Lite content for U10; we have some interesting links from Justin where he shows us how fun is to make games for this device. He starts from the following problem: when you hook the device up to your computer you can see some directories, but there must be some that are simply not exposed. If you want to read the solution he gave you, go reading the H4X0R1Ng the U10 Interface post. Don't miss the U10 Key Firing post, too !