Here is a link to my first official presentation of Minko, the 3D library I am working on (and which was previously called “DirectFlex”):
This video was shot the 23rd of March by the people from BAAO. A very big thank you to Yann Chevalier, who’s leading the TTFX effort, Michael Chaize, our awesome french Flash platform evangelist and Olivier from BAAO who gave me the link to the video.
You can find the slides here.
… or at least that’s the plan! The next meeting of the Tonton Flexers – the closest thing to a “french Flash user group” – is taking place the 23rd of this March and I’ll be there to present my 3D library.
I would be more than happy to talk about the software, the way I built it and the technical choices that drove its development. I will also try to emphasize what makes this library different through a few demonstrations.
Depending on the agenda of one of my co-worker, we might also present a very cool piece of software I never spoke about!
You can read more about the event here (in french).
Tonight I attended the “TonTon Flexeurs” (TTFX) meeting with Lee Brimelow and Mike Chambers. While Lee explained all the things that can be done to extend the Flash Platform using the ByteArray class, Mike presented a few of the latest as3corelib library features and a sneak peek of AIR 2.0. AIR 2.0 – codename “Athena” – will feature a lot of new system related updates. Discover a few of them (including a worldwide exclusive!) right after the jump…
You can also look at Michael Chaize‘s event photo album on Flickr!
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