Yesterday I spent some time and made a cool little application with Adobe AIR technology, a simple application that will count down the days ’till Christmas.
Update: At the beginning of this year, the client requested a few new features and a some features removed. Above you have a screen shot of the new app and below you can find an image with the old interface.
Lately I’ve been absent because I have been working on a cool Book Creator Flash application.
This project was a new experience for me since I got to work with Flash and server-side code.
The application is made for kids between the ages of 8 and 12 years.
It’s a Book Creator type of app that lets you configure a simple book. You can then print the book to your local printer or save on your profile.
I have worked on this application for a few months and now I see it’s finally implemented into greetingsisland.com.
It lets you make your own greeting card and invitation design. It’s great looking and easy to use, especially for kids. After you’ve made the perfect greeting, you can either print it on your home printer or save it as a PDF file.
The development itself was demanding and very rewarding, as I got to use techniques like singleton pattern, I’ve used the Facebook API to retrieve photos from Facebook albums and I’ve learned some new coding styles from my friend Biro Barna.
Go on, check it out and let me know if you like it 😉
A few weeks ago I started working on some updates for a photography website. The project started a bit slow, but after I managed to get every information from the client I managed to understand what’s needed to be done in order to complete it. This project uses SlideShow PRO (at the request of my client) and SlideShow PRO Director for CMS. I like the final result and that’s why I wrote about this website. Enjoy 😉
Lately I’ve been working on a lot of projects, one of them being this audio tool. This is my first Flex (aka. Flash Builder) project and it was delivered with big help from my partner Biro Barna.
The tool is made to let people create their own ringtones. You can simply upload any MP3 file and cut it up to 30 seconds, add fade in / fade out if you want and then give it a name and save it. Then a new page will let you download the ringtone in iPhone format or MP3 format.
I’m in the process of remaking my portfolio site. When it’s done I will post more of my projects.