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SPAW Editor v.2.0.8 and Flash Uploader

8/29/2008 2:29:10 PM

We (Solmetra) have released a new version of SPAW Editor for both PHP and .NET. Download links here. More info here.

In other news we've released a new product aimed at web developers — Flash Uploader.


It’s a highly customizable Flash-based control that replaces stagnant HTML’s <input type="file"> tag. It not only displays neat progress bar — a feature lacking in <input type="file"> tag — but also provides some pretty neat upload security features and client-side restrictions (i.e. file size and type) as well as JavaScript API.

Give it a try and let us know what you think. Oh, and it’s free!

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Spread amMap

5/29/2008 11:57:05 AM

Download Day 2008Mozilla is aiming at Guiness record by trying to force as much people as possible to download Firefox on a certain "Download Day" with actual date not set yet. The idea is brilliant marketing move and lame flashmob in general but that's not important. What's important is that the use my friend's Antanas' amMap interactive map control on the site's front page.

I bet he's biting his elbows right now guestimating how much pageviews/downloads/sales he would get if they've used a free version (with link back to rather than bought a commercial license :)

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Good News for Flash Developers &amp; Co.

11/9/2007 10:54:20 AM

Back in April 2006, we made a change to how Internet Explorer handled embedded controls used on some webpages. Some sites required users to “click to activate” before they could interact with the control. Microsoft has now licensed the technologies from Eolas, removing  the “click to activate” requirement in Internet Explorer. Because of this, we're removing the “click to activate” behavior from Internet Explorer!
IEBlog: IE Automatic Component Activation (Changes to IE ActiveX Update)

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