Monthly Archives: February 2011

Google’s Demo Slam

Where a little creativity takes tech demos from mundane to mind-blowing. All thanks to people like you.

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QR Code Generator

Create QR Codes with QR Code Generator.  A QR Code is a bar code that can be scanned using your camera phone and a QR Code Reader.  In many parts of the world the scanning of a QR Code has … Continue reading

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ActionScript Resources

There are countless resources on the web. Here’s a great set of ActionScript Resources: A blog managed by the Flash Motion team  – Really kewl effects classes – A community of animators – The product of a … Continue reading

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Unity tutorials

Link to Lesson 1 Video, “Lighting, Decals, and Occlusion Culling” Link to Lesson 2 Video, “Terrain Workflow for Unity and Android”

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WOW, nothing like the games I played in the 70s and 80s – Very Inspirational

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SmartFoxBits AS3 Components – Base Pack

The ultimate ultra-rapid development tools for multiplayer programmers SmartFoxBits are a set of Flash UI components specifically designed to be used in conjunction with SmartFoxServer, to speed up the process of creating multiplayer applications and games. The components were developed … Continue reading

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Multi-user Game Server Platforms

SmartFoxServer SmartFoxServer is a comprehensive platform for rapidly developing massive multi-user applications and games with Adobe Flash/Flex/Air, Java, Android, .Net, Unity3D, Silverlight, Apple iPhone etc. It comes with a rich set of features, one of the best sets of documentations … Continue reading

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Web Statistics month-to-month

Browser Statistics Month by Month OS Platform Statistics Screen Resolution

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