2008 Entries

SwfObj 0.7 Ready in Time for the Holidays

December 18th, 2008

WordPress 2.7 required making some changes to SwfObj. Those have been implemented and are currently available in the 0.7 release of SwfObj.

SwfObj Version 0.6 Released

November 17th, 2008

SwfObj just received some needed bug fixes. You can view some notes on the changes here. Or just go and get the latest version.

Flash Player 10

November 10th, 2008

Flash released version 10 of their player. It comes with one feature I am especially excited about. Keyboard inputs in fullscreen mode!

WordPress Media Plugin Tutorial 1: Custom media tabs

May 29th, 2008

The first part in the WordPress 2.5 Media API tutorial series. This article discusses how to customize the tabs available in the WordPress media library using hooks made available in the latest WordPress release.

WordPress Media API tutorial series

May 27th, 2008

While developing the SwfObj WordPress plugin, I realized there is a large gap in documentation on WordPress media library API. In an attempt to help fill in that gap a little, I am developing a tutorial series based on the API hooks I used to develop SwfObj.

SwfObj version 0.3 released

May 23rd, 2008

A new release of the SwfObj WordPress plugin just in time for Memorial Day. So go grill up some hamburgers and when you get a chance, update your plugins. It seems SwfObj is all I’ve been talking about for the last little while.

SwfObj Plugin Unleashed

May 20th, 2008

A new version of the SwfObj WordPress plugin was released today. Come see what’s new.

SwfObj WordPress Plugin

May 12th, 2008

I’ve just released the SwfObj WordPress plugin. It’s already saving me loads of time embedding Flash objects in my posts. Hopefully it can be of value to you, too.

Your site is kind’a ugly

May 1st, 2008

Due to recent events (i.e. mockery), I’ll be redesigning the look of this, here site.

Actionscript Tutorial: Starry Night

April 29th, 2008

This is a very basic Actionscript tutorial that will show you how to make a sky full of twinkling stars. Everything for this tutorial will be done in Actionscript, using Actionscript 3.0. If you’re interested, jump on in and check it out.