Adobe just released a couple of new products:
Adobe Flash Catalyst
Allows designers to add functionality to their interfaces after creating them in Photoshop or Illustrator. Catalyst files are then handed off to developers who add additional functionality. Personally, it seems like this creates more work for everyone: designers now have a new tool to learn, and more to do on top of the static design. Developers have more to do in rewriting Catalyst code. Why not let the designers design and developers develop?
Just ran into this today. I was compiling an AIR application and previewing it in AIR Debug Launcher and got the following error:
“invalid application descriptor: descriptor version does not match runtime version”5 comments
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This is an error just about everyone runs into when loading data across a domain or testing locally. There are a couple of workarounds, which I’ll describe in detail in this post…