Monthly Archives: April 2010

Unit Testing Flex – Mocking « compactcode

If you have experimented with unit testing either recently or in the past you will be aware that sometimes it can get difficult. There are many challenges you might encounter including the following: You need to ensure something happened, without … Continue reading

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Flash Player: Gala

Adobe Labs have released a new ‘Flash Player’ preview that introduces support for H.264 video hardware decoding, for the Mac, and will officially be available in the first half of this year, with the release of Flash Player 10.1 and people should see … Continue reading

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iPad Templates and Stencils

iPad Templates and Stencils Mar 17, 2010 While consumers await the arrival of the first generation iPad on April 3, designers and developers have been working on apps in anticipation. Here’s a list of free iPad templates and stencils that … Continue reading

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Accessing my site from your iPhone or Android

Just to announce to all my loyal faithful (probably like one person), my website is now optimised for your viewing pleasure on your handheld device, whether it would be your iphone or Android device, or any other decent mobile device out there. … Continue reading

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NYT: Google Android Tablet Imminent

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Plex Media – Media Center: The best Media solution for your Mac Mini

For those of you who are contemplating acquiring an Apple TV, instead of a Mac Mini, to fulfil their multimedia fantasies for their lounge-room, I would suggest not looking past Plex. I own a Mini and used to use MediaCentral, but … Continue reading

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iRiver Story firmware to become open-source

iRiver have seemed to have announced that it’s making it’s kernel and other parts, open-source, in the hope that the community would be able to assist in better-developing it’s interface and other properties. I certainly hope this isn’t an indication … Continue reading

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