Archive for the 'Air (Apollo)' category

Airdoc - Google Doc Uploader

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

If you die a little inside when someone sends you a Word/Excel/Powerpoint document to read then Airdoc is for you!
The other day someone sent me a Powerpoint file containing some screenshots, wrong on so many levels, but perhaps some good will come out of it since it motivated me to write this simple Air […]

Air (Apollo) | 1 comment

Building a desktop application with Ext, AIR, Aptana and Red Bull

Saturday, June 30th, 2007

Just found a really nice article on the newly created Ext blog. It explains how to use Aptana to build a JavaScript Air application - using the Ext JS library (which is particularly popular with Apollo goers). Of course, a bit of Red Bull helps.

Ext, Air (Apollo) | No comments

Juggernaut (Server Push) & Air (Apollo). No need for FDS anymore!

Wednesday, June 13th, 2007

For those of you who don’t know, Juggernaut is my plugin that extends Rails to let you use server push (like comet) which allows for all sorts of collaboration - see the Juggernaut site for more information.
Air (basically Flash for the desktop) has a html component and advanced JavaScript integration where you can manipulate Actionscript […]

Air (Apollo), Juggernaut | 7 comments

Apollo File Sharing via Bonjour (Multicasting)

Friday, May 25th, 2007

I’ve been playing around with an Apollo project, dubbed ‘AirShare’, that utilises Bonjour to share files on the local area network, allowing people using the program on other computers to browse these, and download them.
Bonjour is basically a networking protocol developed by Apple that uses multicast Domain Name System service records to locate devices such […]

AirShare, Air (Apollo), Aireo, Uncategorized | 4 comments

Aireo updates & screenshots (S3 Digital Asset Manager using Apollo/Ext/Rails)

Sunday, May 20th, 2007

I’ve been a bit quite lately on updates to Aireo, rest assured - they are happening! Below are some screenshots of the progress so far. Just to recap, Aireo is a digital asset manager, abstracting S3, residing on EC2, running with ruby on rails with a html and apollo interface. All but two of the […]

Air (Apollo), Aireo, Uncategorized | No comments

Thought you’d have to wait till the Apollo 1.0 for executing an application from Apollo?

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

Sorry, another long title ;)
Just picked this up on the Artemis mailing list, not sure how he does it, and haven’t tested it, but thought I’d post anyway…

Artemis, Air (Apollo), Uncategorized | 2 comments

Lot’s of new announcements, Open Source Flex, Silverlight, Slingshot, New S3 Pricing

Thursday, May 3rd, 2007

Flex was open sourced sometime last week, or at least flex 3 will be. This doesn’t affect my work too much, but it means Eribium will be a more legitimate open source applications. Also I’m looking forward to the custom components that should make it into the general release. Adobe should look at Ext for […]

Ext, Adobe, Rails, S3, Air (Apollo) | No comments

Aireo - File Storage Revolutionized

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

You may have been wondering what I’ve been working on in the last few weeks as this blog has been quite silent lately.
I’ve been busy on a Apollo, Rails and S3 mashup called Aireo.
For those of you who don’t know, S3 is an Amazon file storage service that has a lot of advantages over storing […]

S3, Air (Apollo), Aireo | 3 comments

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